Over 300 farmers have signed up to Arla’s new R500 programme designed to help future proof their farms and increase resilience to the impact of volatile milk prices.
Arla Foods amba has today announced its Group 2017 results1 with the UK, its largest market, growing retail and foodservice revenue to £1.94 billion (€2.21 billion), up from £1.79 billion (2.19 billion) in 2016. Arla’s branded products
Following the launch of Arla Fibre earlier this year, Arla Foods is to expand the range with the addition of a new plain variant. Introduced in response to UK government guidelines that as a nation, we are not hitting the recommended 30g f
New research released by Arla Fibre today reveals that the nation’s diets are stuck in a rut, with nearly two thirds (61%) of us* eating the same or similar foods every day. Brits cite their daily routines (47%) and lack of time (21%) as th
After seven years of a successful business partnership, Starbucks has a new strategic licensing agreement with the farmer-owned dairy cooperative Arla Foods. The companies have signed a long-term 21-year strategic agreement, giving Arla Foo
The Arla Foods amba on-account price will reduce, with effect from 1 December 2018, by 1 eurocent per kg. When applied to the UK manufacturing litre it equates to a reduction of 0.89 pence per litre, taking the UK standard litre to 31.57 pe
Arla Foods is set to launch into the breakfast food-to-go market with the introduction of its new Milk & Oats range of healthy* ready to drink beverages. Bringing the benefits of dairy into the soft drinks category, Milk & Oats is a simple
Arthur Fearnall has been appointed to the Arla Foods amba board, with immediate effect.
Arla’s price for conventional milk will reduce by 2.16 pence for the manufacturing litre, taking it to 27.11 pence from 1 March 2018.
Arla Foods amba is increasing its conventional milk price for June by one eurocent.
Arla Foods Amba eyes further growth with £460 million global investment in 2018, with £72 million UK spend
The farmer-owned dairy cooperative Arla Foods has announced a plan to invest almost half a billion pounds (€527 million) in 2018 as the company continues to deliver on its 2020 growth ambition¹.
Arla Foods UK is today announcing a series of actions that it is proposing as part of a strategic review of its multi-award-winning UK cheese business, logistics operations and the Arla Group’s three-year transformation programme, Calcium,