European dairy cooperative Arla Foods is unveiling its new five-year strategy to cement its commitment to create sustainable dairy production and to grow its business responsibly.
Rabobank’s annual Global Dairy Top 20 report shows that in 2021, privately held Lactalis unseated long-time industry titan Nestlé as the world’s largest dairy company.
For the second year running, an Arla Foods Lockerbie Eden Student has won the SDT Eden Student of the Year Award.
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Data results from climate checks confirm that Arla farmers are among the most climate efficient dairy farmers in the world.
The consumption of dairy products has boomed during the pandemic with experts cautiously optimistic about the future of the UK dairy market, delegates learned during the Dairy-Tech Online Dairy Market Overview session on 16 February.
The Nordic Dairy Congress, which is running from 27-29 May 2020 in Malmö, Sweden, is offering an early bird reduction in registration price until 15 March.
Arla Foods has inaugurated a state-of-the-art cheese production site in the Kingdom of Bahrain to support the increasing demands for dairy in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA).