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Taste’s made with Arla Organic

03/07/2018

Arla Organic has launched an exciting campaign with Tastemade, a leading premium quality, mobile-first content creator which distributes engaging content focused on creating delicious food. Arla Organic’s target audience ‘everyday foodies’ care about food and often cook from scratch and Tastemade focuses on the digital platforms our target audience engages with most. This partnership represents the perfect opportunity to inspire consumers with delicious recipes which hero milk as an ingredient…

 

Heléne Gunnarson is new vice-chairman of Arla Foods

29/06/2018

Heléne Gunnarson is new vice-chairman of Arla Foods       The Arla Foods amba Board of Directors have appointed Heléne Gunnarson from Tvååker, Sweden as vice-chairman of Arla Foods amba.       Commenting on the appointment, Heléne Gunnarson says:      “I am honoured to be appointed as vice-chairman of Arla Foods. I look forward to continuing work on strengthening our position for the benefit of the 11,200 farmer owners across all seven countries."     Heléne Gunnarson was appointed at the ordinary board meeting on Thursday, June 28 following the appointment of Jan Toft Nørgaard as new chairman of Arla Foods amba in May. The…

 

Arlagården® Plus: Arla can tell you all about green electricity

18/06/2018

Arlagården®  Plus now contains questions about how much electricity is bought and sold on Arla farms. This enables us to inform our customers about the contribution of green electricity by Arla's owners.   Many of Arla's customers care about sustainability, and they often ask how much green electricity is used at Arla farms. The new Arlagården® Plus questions enables Arla to inform customers and other interested parties about the overall…

 

Arla farmers make Open Farm Sunday Arla’s most successful yet

14/06/2018

Following months of hard work, more than sixty Arla farms have taken part in Open Farm Sunday this year. Many more farmer owners and Arla colleagues also helped on the day, making our third Open Farm Sunday Arla’s most successful yet.   Friendly smiles Our Arla farms welcomed nearly 80,000 visitors through their gates, which is an Arla record! Visitors were greeted with friendly smiles, Arla product sampling and a…

 

Anchor crowned Brand of the Year at the Grocer Gold Awards

13/06/2018

Anchor Butter has been crowned ‘Brand of the Year’ at the prestigious Grocer Gold Awards.   A symbol of quality and excellence for the FMCG industry, the awards recognise outstanding performance by an established brand in response to changing trade or consumer needs. Judged against innovation, originality, creativity and business results, Anchor’s approach to the declining BSM category and turnaround in its own sales decline through a new education-based strategy…

 

Arla Foods to strengthen its strategic position in ingredients for infant nutrition of the future

13/06/2018

With an acquisition of 3.7 per cent of the shares in Evolve BioSystems Inc. (Evolve) the farmer-owned dairy cooperative Arla Foods is looking to strengthen its strategic position in infant and child nutrition and to create future growth in its subsidiary Arla Foods Ingredients (AFI). Commenting on the acquisition Henrik Andersen, Head of Arla Foods Ingredients, says: “Our strategic partnership with Evolve will add to the future growth of Arla…

 

British and Central European Arla farmers vote yes to ONE Arla

12/06/2018

Arla farmer owners in the UK and Central Europe have voted a resounding ‘yes’ to becoming direct members of Arla Foods amba.    Until May 2018, British and Central European Arla farmers were members of Arla through their national cooperatives.   As a result of the vote, the farmers will fully align with Danish and Swedish members who, as founding members, already have direct membership status of Arla Foods amba. …

 

Starbucks extends strategic partnership with Arla Foods to grow ready-to-drink across EMEA

07/06/2018

After seven years of a successful business partnership, Starbucks has a new strategic licensing agreement with the farmer-owned dairy cooperative Arla Foods. The two companies have signed a long-term 21-year strategic agreement, giving Arla Foods license to continue to manufacture, distribute and market Starbucks premium milk-based ready-to-drink (RTD) coffee beverages for the EMEA region (Europe, Middle East and Africa.) Duncan Moir, vice president channel development and foodservice, Starbucks EMEA, says:…

 

Arla Foods amba increases its milk price for June

22/05/2018

Arla Foods amba is increasing its conventional milk price for June by one eurocent.     When applied to the UK standard litre, taking into account the accessibility supplement, the total increase equates to 1.15 pence taking Arla’s standard litre price to 28.58 pence   Commenting on Arla’s decision to increase its milk price, Arla Foods amba board director, Johnnie Russell, said:  “After a challenging start to the year, I am…

 

Arla farmers join forces to increase resilience and profitability

15/05/2018

Over 300 farmers have signed up to Arla’s new R500 programme designed to help future proof their farms and increase resilience to the impact of volatile milk prices. The programme, which has expanded due to the high levels of interest, has been created in a move to facilitate farmer to farmer support. The project is shaped by evidence from across Arla farms which has demonstrated that overall on-farm profitability can…

 

Arla brings benefits of dairy to the soft drinks category with launch of new Milk & Oats range

03/05/2018

Arla is set to launch into the breakfast food-to-go market with the introduction of its new Milk & Oats range of healthy* ready to drink beverages. Bringing the benefits of dairy into the soft drinks category, Milk & Oats is a simple blend of skimmed milk, hearty wholegrain oats and natural flavour that will launch in two breakfast-inspired variants – Maple and Vanilla.     With breakfast drinks growing at 30…

 

Arla Foods amba maintains its milk price for May

24/04/2018

Arla is holding its conventional milk price for May at 27.43 pence for its manufacturing litre. Commenting on Arla’s decision to hold its price, Arla Foods amba board director, Johnnie Russell, said:  “Commodity markets and prices remain stable and we have seen some strengthening in recent days as milk production volumes remain low, due to the recent adverse weather conditions.“ Manufacturing price based on every other day collection, top quality,…

 

Arla Foods amba increases its April milk price

23/03/2018

Arla’s price for conventional milk will increase by 0.32 pence per litre from 1 April, as a result of the last quarter’s average exchange rate being introduced into the cooperative’s currency smoothing mechanism, taking the manufacturing litre to 27.43 pence.  Commenting on the markets, Arla Foods amba board director, Johnnie Russell, said:  “Commodity market prices have stabilised over the last few weeks, however protein prices remain at record low values. …

 

Arthur Fearnall appointed to the Arla Foods amba board

08/02/2018

Arthur Fearnall has been appointed to the Arla Foods amba board, with immediate effect. The appointment was made during an extraordinary meeting of the UK Area Forum, which comprises 94 British elected representatives. Arthur will join Johnnie Russell as the two UK Board of Directors who represent the interests of UK members on the 15 strong farmer board, in overseeing the management of the Arla Foods amba cooperative. Johnnie Russell…

 

Arla Foods scoops hat trick winning third consecutive ‘Product of the Year’ award

26/01/2018

Arla Organic Free Range Milk voted winner in Dairy & Free From Drinks category Arla Foods has been voted ‘Product of the Year’ for the third consecutive year, winning the 2018 accolade for its Free Range Organic Milk in the Dairy & Free From Drinks category. Voted for by more than 11,000 consumers, Product of the Year recognises the best new innovations in over 40 categories and is the largest…

 

Arla Foods amba decreases its February milk price

25/01/2018

Arla’s price for conventional milk will reduce by 1.73 pence for the manufacturing litre, taking it to 29.27 pence from 1 February 2018.  Commenting on the decision to reduce the price, Arla Foods amba board director, Johnnie Russell, said:  “The recent dramatic falls in European commodity markets have continued into the new year.  This has been particularly felt in fat-based products where we have seen falls in commodity market butter…

 
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