Ivory Coast will be the first country on the African continent where Arla Foods registers an actual address. From the new address, sachets of Dano® milk powder from the Arla site Akafa in Denmark will be packed and sold in collaboration wit
Arla’s Board of Directors is proposing that the British supplier group, Arla Foods Milk Partnership (AFMP), through its investment arm Milk Partnership Limited, should become co-owners of Arla Foods from 1 January 2014. The aim being to str
Arla Foods amba has agreed to sell its Crediton Dairy milk drinks business to a management buy-out team led by former Milk Link chief executive Neil Kennedy and former Milk Link group finance director Tim Smiddy.
During 2013, Arla will invest in a number of dairy expansions and new facilities in order to increase global production of its most profitable products. Arla also intends to increase efficiencies within production while also reducing its e
Growth and efficiencies characterised the first half of 2012. Major agreements have paved the way for significant opportunities for Arla in Germany, the UK and China, and previous mergers and acquisitions have delivered efficiencies across
Biostime International Holdings Limited, a premium provider of high-end pediatric nutritional and baby care products in China has signed a 10-year Financing and Supply Agreement with Arla Foods.
China is the fastest growing dairy market in the world and has over 1.3 billion consumers. Now Arla Foods is looking to strengthen its presence on the Chinese market by signing agreements with China’s leading dairy company China Mengniu
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.
Arla Foods in Sweden today announces that it is acquiring cheese company Falbygdens Ost from the food company Atria Scandinavia. The acquisition is in line with Arla’s strategy to drive its premium cheese segment. The acquisition is subject
Arla reviews an eventful year in the official Annual Report 2010. The report is now online.
The Boards of Milko and Arla are proposing a merger of the two dairy cooperatives. Milko’s financial situation is critical and Milko has therefore contacted Arla with a view to investigating the possibility of a merger.
Hansa-Milch Mecklenburg-Holstein eG and the Scandinavian company Arla Foods amba are set to merge.