Arla Foods’ brands perform strongly in the UK Sales of Lurpak, Cravendale, Anchor and organic milk have increased in the UK. Arla Foods UK plc is today updating the market on trading for the twelve months to 30 September 20
Sales of Lurpak are expected to treble in Australia this year. To meet demand, ten containers containing Lurpak butter was recently dispatched ”down under”. ”As Lurpak is three times as expensive as local butter, our customers dou
On June 15th a U.S. District Court in Green Bay, Wis. granted pharmaceutical company Eli Lilly’s request to halt the continuation of dairy co-operative Arla Foods’ advertising related to the use of the synthetic growth hormone rBST.
Th e election to Arla Foods amba’s Board of Directors 2017-2019 has today been confirmed. This took place at the Board of Representatives’ meeting in Copenhagen, Denmark.
Arla aims to be among the world’s leading dairy companies within the child nutrition category. In order to strengthen its infant milk formula production and continually set new quality standards in the category, Arla is now investing 12 mil
Arla has today published its Corporate Responsibility report 2016, documenting how the company has progressed within responsible business practice over the past year.
Today Arla has opened a brand new state-of-art distribution terminal with a combined 10,000 m² warehouse with cooling areas and office buildings in Heidenau near Hamburg. The new facility will service the northern and eastern regions of Ger
At a time when dairy companies have struggled with the continued European oversupply of milk, Arla has strengthened the quality and profitability of its business. Arla’s strategic branded sales grew 6.1 per cent in the first half of 2016, a
Farmer-owned Arla has taken the decision to start to incentivise more farmers to convert to GM free feed. The market is increasingly willing to pay a price premium and Arla is in a favourable position to capture this new opportunity.
Milk’s health benefits and farmer-ownership are two main agendas in Arla’s dialogue with the outside world. These and other themes are included in Arla’s new CSR report for 2015, which also includes assessments by four external experts.
Arla has officially committed to investing in local dairy production in Nigeria and to sharing knowledge about agricultural practices and other aspects of dairy production that will improve the local raw milk production and quality. The pur
Arla delivered a robust performance against difficult conditions in 2015, which was a tough year for the global dairy industry. Increased milk supply in Europe combined with China’s slowdown in demand and the Russian embargo have sent world