These are all the posts that have been tagged with denmark.
The head of Arla’s South East Asian business, Patrik Hansson, is to return to Sweden as the new head of Arla’s Swedish business from 1 November.
The first half of 2016 was at least quantitatively better in Germany than was expected at the beginning of the year.
Anders Steen Jørgensen, business area director for nutrition,
Arla Food Ingredients.
The UK dairy industry has tremendous potential for growth on a global stage, and the ambition and determination to succeed, says Dairy UK chief executive Dr Judith Bryans
We were driving around the countryside this weekend, admiring the cows and the sheep in the rainy/sunny weather, dotting the English countryside. Every once in a while, a trailer with the words “Vote leave! X” or “Vote remain! X” appeared.
A symposium held as part of the ISO/IDF analytical week being held in Copenhagen, Denmark has highlighted the value of collaboration in defending the food chain from food fraud.
I don’t often suggest things for readers to do in this blog, but am making an exception this week. What will you be doing on 5 June, if you’re based in the UK? My suggestion is that you seek out and visit your local farm.
Arla Foods amba has signed an agreement to sell its juice subsidiary Rynkeby Foods to German-based Eckes-Granini Group, a producer of branded fruit-based beverages in Europe. The transaction was completed and took effect immediately.
Global regulators look set to approve a global standard for whey permeate powders, which should bring new opportunities for the product. Suzanne Christiansen reports.
MS Iceland Dairies has secured on the sale of dairy products marked as skyr by Arla in Finland. Arla has been ordered to remove its skyr from Finnish shelves.
Arla Foods has launched a farm assurance program, Arlagarden that is already in operation in Denmark, Sweden, Germany, Belgium and Luxembourg.
Lab Testing & Analysis Process Plants Filtration Safety & Hygiene Pumps & Valves Bonus Distribution: Food Tech, Denmark
This month has been a momentous one for the dairy industry. On 1 June (or thereabouts), we celebrated World Milk Day.
Arla Foods, which is the world’s largest producers of organic milk, need to produce 250 million kilograms more organic milk for its core and growth markets in the next two years, the company says. This milk will mainly come from Central Europe (Germany, Netherlands, Belgium and Luxembourg) as well as Denmark and Sweden. The milk […]