Arla introduces new brand and plant-based products
In recent years, an increasing number of consumers are looking for plant-based products, and the trend is set to continue. Therefore, Arla has decided to enter the market for plant-based products to meet consumer demand and to develop the category with natural products and unique flavor compositions. Initially, Arla will launch three oat drinks under the new brand, JÖRĐ, an umbrella brand for 100 per cent plant-based products.
Arla farmers will use big data to accelerate journey towards carbon net zero
The 9,900 farmer owners behind the European dairy cooperative, Arla Foods, are accelerating their efforts to reduce their carbon footprint. Arla Foods is the first dairy company in Europe to introduce an initiative across seven countries that will triple the speed of CO2e reductions on farm and accumulate one of the world’s largest sets of externally verified climate data from dairy farming.
Arla scales up its commitment to develop a sustainable dairy sector in Nigeria
In a new public-private partnership in Nigeria, farmer-owned Arla Foods is committing to further development of a long-term sustainable dairy industry and local dairy sector in Nigeria by helping 1,000 small scale farmers create better livelihoods while strengthening its business in the country.
A major move in mozzarella
The increasing global demand for mozzarella secures an expansion of Branderup Dairy in Denmark. Arla will invest EUR 80 million to more than double the production of mozzarella at the plant. At the same time, the production is enhanced with the use of new and more sustainable technology.
Powering trucks with poop
Cow manure can do a lot more than create wrinkly noses. It is poised to be pivotal in a biogas revolution and contribute to a fossil-free fuel future. Pioneering Arla farmers are starting to make the most of their cow’s manure by turning it into biogas, which is now powering an Arla milk truck in Sweden.
Arla Foods aims for carbon net zero dairy
Arla Foods and its 10,300 farmer owners launch their most ambitious targets so far to accelerate the transition to sustainable dairy production with intensified focus on the farms. The main target is to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 30 per cent per kilo of milk over the next decade and to work towards carbon net zero by 2050.