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Fonterra has launched its first Anchor milk pop-up store at Super Brand Mall in Shanghai, bringing a slice of New Zealand to one of China’s busiest shopping complexes.
Consumers now have their first touch point with Fonterra’s traceability in New Zealand through QR codes on Fonterra’s paediatric range, Anmum.
Fonterra has announced that its foodservice business Anchor Food Professionals has opened a dairy innovation kitchen in Sri Lanka, a first for the country.
Fonterra’s Australian business is in good shape and performing well, says Fonterra Australia managing director René Dedoncker.
Fonterra chairman John Wilson has welcomed today’s (27 March) release of Trade Agenda 2030.
Fonterra Co-operative Group has announced the appointment of Lukas Paravicini to the role of chief operating officer, global consumer and foodservice with effect from 1 June 2017.
Fonterra co-operative group has confirmed the forecast Farmgate Milk Price of €6 per kgMS announced in November.
NZMP’s New Zealand origins, trusted name and reputation are paying dividends in the US market, as consumers increasingly turn to brands that offer high quality, safe and nutritious food from trusted sources.
Interest in Austrian products is growing in China, Salzburg Milch reported last week. Another example of cross-border trade is Fonterra’s move to make whiter butter for the Middle Eastern market.
Principal research technologist, Fonterra
Fonterra’s research and development centre, alongside its global ingredients business NZMP, has developed a new white butter product to meet growing demand from manufacturers in the Middle East market.
As New Zealand marks the one-year anniversary of its Free Trade Agreement (FTA) with South Korea, Fonterra Co-operative Group is gearing up to take advantage of huge potential for its dairy products there, particularly cheese.
I spent my holiday season personally ensuring that French, Dutch and English cheese makers sold products. I did this by buying and eating loads of it, including the delightful Bermondsey hard-pressed cheese, which is made in a 100-year old vat under the arches near London Bridge.
Fons Togtema, a founder member and former head of sales in the Swiss Hochdorf baby care division, made the decision to change his professional direction within the Hochdorf Group.