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Confirmation of Arla Foods amba’s January 2016 milk price

23/12/2015

Arla Foods amba is maintaining its milk price through January 2016.  However, January also sees a new quarter’s (October to December) average exchange rate being introduced to the pricing mechanism.  The introduction of this quarter’s exchange rate into the mechanism has a 0.43 pence negative impact on the milk price, taking the UK standard litre to 22.61 pence. Ash Amirahmadi, head of UK milkand member services, said:  ”Global milk production…

 

Consumers asked to support ‘Farmer Christmas’ with launch of Arla’s White Wednesdays Campaign

02/12/2015

Arla Foods UK, the UK’s largest farmer-owned dairy company, will be calling on consumers nationwide in the run up to Christmas to support its new ‘White Wednesdays’ campaign.  It aims to reach over 40 million people to encourage them to purchase its dairy products and support their farmers.    White Wednesdays will focus on the four Wednesdays in December and includes unexpected stunts, print ads, paid digital, in-store POS and…

 

CONSUMERS SUPPORT MORRISONS MILK FOR FARMERS

13/11/2015

Morrisons’ Milk for Farmers’ success helps Arla farmer-owners during difficult times British grocery shoppers are demonstrating their commitment to dairy farmers and overwhelmingly supporting the new Morrisons’ Milk for Farmers range.  The fresh milk, which is 100% sourced from Arla farms in the UK, is attracting an additional 10 pence per litre of milk sold which is passed back in full to Arla.  As per the cooperative’s principles that its…

 

‘Don’t be afraid of the milk – let’s look at it as an opportunity.’ - Peter Gioertz-Carlsen sends out call to action to dairy industry at annual World dairy congress

16/10/2015

Peter Gioertz-Carlsen, Executive Vice President, Arla Foods UK, has sent out a call to action to the dairy industry as part of his presentation to the EDA Annual Congress and EDA World Dairy Forum in Edinburgh With over 200 representatives attending the conference, Peter participated in the Friday session where he was joined by other dairy leaders from Müller, Meggle AG, Glanbia and Graham's Dairies to share their expertise on the…

 

Arlagården launched in the UK

05/10/2015

Arlagården supports Red Tractor and introduces a further sixteen standards including use of antibiotics and medicines Arla’s British farmers join their European co-owners in producing milk to same standards that can be marketed for export purposes Over 300 vets across the UK attended Arlagården seminars  60 farmer workshops have commenced to help Arla farmers to focus on reducing use of antibiotics October sees the UK roll-out of Arla Foods’s farm…

 

Breakfast TV show hosted live from Arla’s Aylesbury fresh milk facility

18/09/2015

Arla Foods welcomed BBC Breakfast this week to learn how the dairy cooperative is using cutting-edge production methods to maximise the output of milk for its 12,500 owners, circa 3,000 of whom are British.   Steph McGovern, Business Presenter at BBC Breakfast spent the morning in the despatch facility  at Aylesbury, which, at full capacity is the world’s largest fresh milk dairy. She spoke with Arla’s Supply Chain Development Director,…

 

Interim results 2015: Staying focused in an unpredictable market

31/08/2015

Globally declining milk prices impacted Arla Foods and the entire dairy industry in the first half of 2015, creating a tough situation for Arla’s farmer-owners. Arla has managed to navigate through the hard-pressed world market relatively well by growing brand volumes and keeping a tight grip on costs. The downward turn in world dairy prices affects Arla’s revenue and performance price. Arla’s overall revenue dropped 3.8 per cent to 5.13…

 

ARLA WELCOMES ASDA’S PRICE INCREASE & COMMITMENT TO SIGN-UP TO ITS FARMER-OWNED MARQUE

17/08/2015

    First major grocery retailer customer to agree nationwide pledge across all its liquid fresh milk Industry-leading British cheddar labelling introduced to help customers to support British dairy farmers Arla Foods UK has today confirmed that Asda’s increased price that it pays for milk, which came into effect this morning, will be shared directly with its farmer owners including 3,000 in the UK. The retailer’s commitment to carry Arla’s…

 

Arla demonstrates its continued support for its farmer owners as the new farmer-owned marque appears on its milk tankers

17/08/2015

This week Arla’s new farmer-owned marque will appear on the first of its milk tankers, part of the fleet which collects well over 3 billion litres of milk per year from Arla's 3,000 British farmer owners. Milk collection vehicles visit more than 3,000 Arla farms every day, collecting well over 3 billion litres of milk a year for processing across its 11 UK dairies and creameries. The product marque will…

 

ARLA FOODS TO LAUNCH NEW PRODUCT MARQUE TO SUPPORT ITS FARMER OWNERS

10/08/2015

Farmer-owned dairy company takes its cooperative principles direct to consumers Arla Foods UK is today announcing a major new initiative to support its farmer owners as it unveils a new farmer-owned marque that will appear on its Arla branded products from the autumn. Supported by a new marketing campaign, the product marque will offer consumers the opportunity to easily identify and trust that when they buy Arla branded dairy products…

 

ARLA CELEBRATES BEING FARMER OWNED IN TV CAMPAIGN

02/06/2015

‘Let in the goodness’ campaign supports dairy farmers and healthier products Arla Foods, the farmer-owned dairy company, is unveiling the latest phase of its multi-million pound campaign that has seen it start to build value in its healthier product portfolio to households across the UK. This phase will focus on driving further awareness of its farmer-owned status by a nationwide marketing campaign centring on a new TV advertisement – a…

 

New joint venture with Egypt’s biggest dairy company

21/05/2015

Arla Foods and the Egypt-based dairy company Juhayna have agreed to form a joint venture which will sell Arla’s products across Egypt. Juhayna Food Industries is Egypt’s leading manufacturer of UHT-milk, yoghurt and juice. However, the company has a very limited production of butter, cheese and cream, which Arla has specialised in across the Middle East and Africa. Therefore the two companies will now form a joint venture company that…

 

LABOUR TAKES 63 PER CENT LEAD….WHEN IT COMES TO DIGGING INTO A CHEESE SANDWICH

05/05/2015

77 per cent of parliamentary candidates have tucked into a cheese sandwich in the last month Six out of 10 Labour candidates eating cheese sandwiches weekly, highest number among the three largest parties As the election campaign peaks, new research commissioned by Arla Foods UK as part of a campaign to promote the value of buying British for the UK dairy sector, finds that the British parliamentary candidates are reaching…

 

Arla Foods amba to increase its April milk price

25/03/2015

Arla Foods amba is raising its on-account price from 30 March by 1.5 eurocents. Sterling has continued to strengthen and April sees a new quarter’s (January to March) average exchange rate being introduced to the pricing mechanism.  When the impact of the currency smoothing mechanism is taken into account, this raises the UK standard litre by 0.83 pence, taking it to 25.8 pence. Commenting on the increase, Ash Amirahmadi, head…

 

Arla Foods amba maintains milk price in February

23/01/2015

  The Arla Foods amba on-account price will remain unchanged in February 2015. There is, however, a small , positive, adjustment to the 2015 forecasted 13th payment which equates to a 0.06ppl increase, raising the UK standard litre price to 24.87 pence. Commenting on the price, Peter Winstone, Arla Foods amba farmer board director, said: ”Arla’s milk price is calculated using a formulaic pricing mechanism, based on the revenue of…

 

Arla enters yogurt category in UK with protein product

19/01/2015

Arla Foods, the farmer-owned dairy company, has today launched Arla® Protein into the yogurt category.  Made from natural ingredients, Arla® Protein is high in protein and fat-free.  It will initially be available in Raspberry, Strawberry and Blueberry flavours and one 200g pot of protein yogurt provides 20g of protein, 40% of the UK recommended daily reference intake (50g).  The launch is part of the cooperative’s ambitious plans to make Arla…

 
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