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China is currently the world’s biggest ice cream market, with sales estimated at 4.3 billion litres in 2016, followed by the US (2.7 billion litres) and Japan (756 million litres).
Arla Foods is moving production of its white mould cheese to Troldhede Dairy in Denmark to increase efficiencies and to make the site more environmentally sustainable, it says.
A 16.5m cubic meter bio-methane plant is planned for installation at Arla Food’s Videbaek, Denmark site. The location produces milk powder.
Arla has opened its new global innovation centre in Aarhus, Denmark. The centre will play a pivotal role in the company’s collaboration with customers and a key part in the pursuit of Arla’s UK Strategy 2020.
General director, Queseria 1605
DuPont Nutrition & Health has announced a cooperation with a Danish hospital and ice cream manufacturer Aabybro Dairy to develop ice cream products for hospital patients at risk of undernourishment.
With some uncertainty about sustainability in the year ahead, Organic Monitor has given its predictions for sustainable foods in 2017.
Arla is set to roll out its unhomogenised Organic Farm Milk in the UK, following good results in its home country of Denmark, where up to 30 per cent of overall milk sales are now organic.
Arla is responding to the resurgence of organic in the UK with the launch of its first branded organic product, Arla Organic Farm Milk, which aims to make organic milk more accessible to all.
Kraftkar has scooped the coveted title of World Champion Cheese at the 29th annual World Cheese Awards, coming top among a record number of entries that were judged at the Kursaal Congress Centre in San Sebastián, during the first day of the International Cheese Festival.
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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.