The Arla UK 360 ‘Innovation Farm’ near Aylesbury is run by the Dyson family and serves as a central hub to host or participate in the cutting-edge trials.
The news that Danish dairy co-operative Arla is building a commercial dairy farm in Nigeria, where it will also train 1,000 farmers to help supply the giant nation with dairy products, is a good one. In a way, this is always what dairy is about. Feeding people nutritiously, at low cost, and giving them a livelihood.
Too Good To Go has partnered with brands including Arla, Bel Group, Danone and Emmi to tackle date label confusion and help eliminate food waste.
A £50,000 fund for the Strength in Places project will help to establish South-West Scotland and Cumbria as the leading region for advanced, sustainable and high-value dairy processing.
The dairy farmers that own the Arla co-operative are setting out to create the worlds’ largest climate database as they head towards carbon net zero by 2050.