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The most recent Rabobank dairy industry survey presents a familiar picture. Not only are 18 out of the top 20 the same as the previous year but Nestlé and Danone remain in first and second place. Whilst companies based in OECD countries fill the top of the table, it is clear that there is growth […]
Swiss dairy giant Nestlé has reported 7.5% organic growth and 3.9% internal growth for 2011, with a trading operating profit of CHF12.5 billion (€10.3bn) on sales of CHF83.6 billion.
Dr Ralf Zink is taking up the role of new overall head of R&D at dairy group DMK (DMK Deutsches Milchkontor GmbH). He will be responsible for all R&D projects in the areas of milk and fresh dairy products, cheese, brand business, powder and ingredients, process engineering and packaging development, and will report to Ingo […]
Swiss dairy giant Nestle is building a dairy farming institute in Shuangcheng in Heilongjiang province, China. The institute, with its series of training farms, aims to be the country’s leading dairy training centre, offering teaching courses from national and international experts, according to the company. The firm has had a factory in Shuangcheng since 1987. […]
Nestle continues to invest in Brazil with the opening of a new CHF83 million (EUR67.2m) beverage factory in the state of Rio de Janeiro. The factory, located in the city of Tres Rios, will create more than 1,000 direct and indirect jobs. It is Nestle’s 31st factory in Brazil and its third in the state […]
Swiss dairy giant Nestle reported nine-month sales of CHF 60.9 billion (EUR49.9bn), which amounts to 7.3% organic growth, including real internal growth of 4.1%. Good growth was reported in developed markets, and double-digit growth in emerging markets. The full-year outlook is better than its original 5-6% lon-term organic growth prediction as well. “In a tough […]
Nestle’s Chilean division is set to open its 300 million litre factory in southern Chile in March 2013, Claudio Sarah, head of strategic dairy policy, Nestle Chile, told the audience at the recent World Dairy Summit in Parma, Italy. The Greenfield plant will produce milk powder and infant formula for the export market, he says. […]
The European Commission (EC) is set to introduce plans to reform the European Union (EU) sugar regime in mid-October, according to industry sources. The plans are thought to contain proposals to abolish beet sugar production quotas. British sugar prices rocketed by 60% to reach EUR880/tonne this year, compared with EUR500 – 550/tonne a year ago. […]
Swiss packaging giant Tetra Pak has “achieved a significant milestone towards its goal of producing 100% renewable packaging with Nestle Brazil’s launch of two popular milks brands in carton packaging featuring caps made with green polyethylene (PE),” according to the company. The use of plant-based polyethylene in carton packaging further strengthens Tetra Pak’s renewability credentials. […]
Nestle and Danone remain the two largest companies in the most recent rankings of dairy companies published by Rabobank, the agricultural banking analysts. Their dairy businesses last year made turnover of $28bn (EUR19.6bn) and $16.4bn (EUR11.5bn) respectively. However, New Zealand dairy group Fonterra at number three has overtaken Lactalis (4) and FrieslandCampina (5) by garnering […]
In one of the largest single investments by Nestle in Germany for many years, the international concern has freed-up some EUR117 million for renovation and expansion of its Biessenhofen baby nutrition plant in Franconia. The plant is being prepared for an exciting new product, says Nestle, which can be fed without problems to babies with […]
Catering ice cream manufacturer Movenpick UK has named Barry Areington as country business manager with immediate effect. Previously with Nestle Waters as impulse channel director for the UK, Areington was formerly based in South Africa with Sara Lee and CPC/Best Foods. He was responsible for the development of out of home channels across this developing […]
Nestle Philippines is planning on installing two major facilities in its Batangas plant in the next 10 years, in addition to a new factory that will produce powdered milk and non diary coffee creamer. The new site, begun in November 2010, is expected to be completed in March 2012. It will produce Coffeemate non-dairy creamer […]
The head of French dairy food company Yoplait has said in a newspaper interview that Swiss food giant Nestle would make an “ideal” partner, with major investment planned in China and India. Yoplait, the world’s second-biggest dairy food producer, is in the midst of a battle to take over a 50 per cent stake in […]
The foodservice sector is one of the strongest areas for the pizza market in most countries, but retail sales of chilled and frozen lines are showing good growth as a result of ongoing product and promotional activity, often focusing on producing restaurant-quality options for in-home consumption, according to a recent report from Innova market Insights, […]