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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.
Fonterra has announced the appointment of Helen Moore to the role of director communications, effective 1 January 2017.
Bank of China has signed an agreement with Fonterra consistent with both organisations’ on-going commitment to building New Zealand business interests in China.
Fonterra has pledged support to the New Zealand Ministry of Health’s Healthy Kids’ Industry Pledge which aims to help reduce rates of obesity in children in New Zealand.
Delegates at the recent Nizo Protein Dairy Conference in Singapore donned virtual reality headsets to step briefly into the dairy farm virtual world.
Fonterra has welcomed New Zealand prime minister John Key’s announcement at APEC of the launch of China NZ free trade agrement (FTA) upgrade negotiations.
To say it has been an eventful week is an understatement. I am not sure I’ve seen so many people react in such an emotional way to world events.
Fonterra has confirmed all of its staff in New Zealand are safe following the earthquake overnight and there is no major damage to any of its manufacturing sites.
Fonterra has put the final touches on a project aimed at meeting the growing global demand for dairy, involving a new type of mascarpone for consumers in Japan.
GEA has installed a high performance spray dryer at Fonterra’s new milk powder plant in Lichfield, New Zealand.
The cheese equipment that will form Fonterra’s new state of the art cheese plant has arrived in Stanhope, Australia.
The first litres of milk are flowing through Fonterra’s newest milk powder plant, as the world’s joint-largest dryer comes online in the South Waikato in New Zealand.
Consumers across China are getting a taste of the freshest imported UHT milk thanks to a programme initiated by Fonterra.
Fonterra has increased its 2016/17 forecast farmgate milk price by $0.50 (€0.44) to $4.75 (€4.75) per kgMS.