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Markus Mühleisen will become Arla Foods’ new head of Germany as of 1 March. As managing director and group vice president Germany, he will be responsible for Arla Foods’ business in Germany and Austria.
Fonterra and The a2 Milk Company (a2MC) have entered into a new strategic relationship.
As the Fonterra Milk for Schools programme enters its fifth year, Richie McCaw will help mark the milestone with a series of special helicopter milk runs to schools in New Zealand.
Welcome to 2018! I did eat too much cheese but it was quality – Tunworth is a particularly notable one. Also had a fair bit of creamy Lancashire as I was in the neighbourhood up in Preston.
Fonterra has welcomed the New Zealand government’s latest move to address climate change, including its plans to establish a Climate Commission.
According to a recent online survey by the Social Survey Centre of the China Youth Daily, nine years after the melamine scandal, 50% of the interviewees see improvement in the quality of Chinese milk and 75% are confident in the future production.
The tribunal in the arbitration with Danone on claims arising out of Fonterra’s WPC80 precautionary recall in August 2013 has issued its award.
Latest IFCN analysis reveals that the world production growth rate of milk in 2016 was the lowest since 1997.
Fonterra has launched a plan to improve the quality of New Zealand’s waterways.
“Butter was the price breaker of the year and in a positive way,” says Eckhard Heuser, CEO of the German dairy industry association MIV (Milchindustrie-Verband).
Fonterra has announced that it is further expanding its Waitoa UHT site in order to keep ahead of growing demand for its products.
The IDF launched the World Dairy Situation Report 2017 at the summit in Belfast.
Speaking at the IDF Summit in Belfast, Tomas Pietrangeli, UK managing director of Arla Foods, stated that the industry was facing “the biggest seismic change in the political and financial landscape in our lifetime.”
According to agricultural consultany Promar International, the UN Dairy Price Index (DPI) is at its highest level since 2014, having increased by a significant 48.2 points in the last 12 months and by 4.5 points during September to reach 224.2 points.