Arla Foods’ result for 2004/05 totalled DKK 801 million, which is an advance of approx. 10% compared to the expected DKK 722 million. Thus the result for the second half year exceeded expectations. On the basis of this, Arla Foods
ArIa Foods amba and Milk Link are pleased to be able to confirm that regulatory approval has been granted by the European Commission to merge. The Commission’s approval means that the merger will now complete on 1 October, enabling the form
Following the European Commissions’ approval of the plant stevia as sweetener in foods, Arla Foods in the Netherlands is the first to launch a zero per cent fat, low calorie yoghurt drink on the market without any artificial sweeteners.
Germany’s two largest dairy groups join forces.
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.
Starbucks has announced today that it will enter the ready-to-drink (RTD) coffee category in Europe with Arla Foods amba as its strategic partner. Arla Foods will manufacture, distribute and market Starbucks premium milk-based RTD coffee be
Friday 5. September will see the launch of a new campaign for Danish food products aimed at German retail buyers and consumers.
Ireland-based Glanbia plc, Dairy Farmers of America and Select Milk Producers Inc. have formed a joint venture and are to build one of the world’s largest dairies. The new plant, to be built in New Mexico, will annually process ov
Manchester dairy has been accredited in accordance with the ISO 14001 environmental standard.
Butterdane’s trophy for the best butter quality was won once again by Holstebro Dairy.
Arla Foods to sell full-cream milk powder to Algeria, one of the world’s largest importers of milk powder. Following the partial liberalisation of the Algerian market for milk powder which allows distributors to operate their own
Consumers in Western Europe drink more UHT than ever. With a 100 % increase in sales of this type of milk over thirty years, long-life milk now accounts for half of all milk sales in the West European market.