MiniMilk only contains 0,5 pct. fat and was first launched as organic milk under the Harmonie brand. Based on the huge demand MiniMilk also came as non-organic in the autumn. On
The 2003 merger between Arla Foods’ UK subsidiary, Arla Foods plc and Express Dairies is expected to result in the second, and final, phase of rationalisations resulting in the closure of two dairies. The closures will now be discussed w
Radio commercials are spearheading a US campaign for Rosenborg – Arla’s mould cheese brand in the US.
Sheffield Park has been given the go-ahead for a top green standard.
Clip from the Polish marketing of Arla Apetina, which has boosted sales of feta in Poland.
Arla Foods launches the New Zealand butter brand, Green Lea, in the Danish market. Green Lea butter comes from cows which graze outdoors throughout the year. It will be retailed at a lower price than Lurpak.
Arla Foods’ sales of feta in France rose by a 25 % during the first six months of the current year compared to the same period last year.
On August 5, Arla Foods and Legoland will open a new agricultural and dairy sector in Legoland.
Over the past 5 years, consumption of fermented products in Denmark has increased by 25%, a survey carried out by the Danish Dairy Board has revealed.
Discover is the joint brand name for a range of speciality cheese from Arla Foods UK plc. The range is currently enjoying substantial success in the UK market Now even more UK consumers are being persuaded to discover Discover...
The Gaio® tagatose sweetener has been approved by JECFA (The Joint FAO/WHO Expert Committee on Food Additives).
Price pressure and competition are forcing new structures on the European dairy industry, Åke Modig, Arla Foods’ Managing Director, told the meeting of the Group’s Board of Representatives in Halmstad, Sweden on Tuesday.