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From 1st December 2023, the Arla on-account price for conventional and organic milk will increase by 0.89ppl (1.0 €c/kg). However, in Sweden, the organic on-account milk price will increase by 2.0 €c/kg.
Farmer-owned cooperative dairy company Arla Foods has announced the departure of its VP of Agriculture, Graham Wilkinson, who is leaving to become CEO of Agriculture and Horticulture Development Board (AHDB) in the UK. The process to identify his replacement is underway.
'Empty tummy disadvantage': hunger leaves millions of school children at risk of missing career ambitions
- 4 million children may go to school with an empty stomach in the UK, putting them at a disadvantage in learning and achieving their goals
- New research from Arla reveals that this ‘Empty Tummy Disadvantage’ could lead to an estimated shortage of 455,000 missing doctor and nurses by 2043
- Free breakfast clubs, such as those provided by the charity Magic Breakfast with support from Arla Cravendale, could help close the attainment gap
Milk price for November 2023 will remain unchanged for conventional milk and will in-crease by 1.77ppl (2.0 €c/kg) for organic milk
From 1st November 2023, the Arla on-account price for conventional milk will remain unchanged and will increase by 1.77ppl (2.0c/kg) for organic milk.
This means the UK manufacturing price for conventional and organic milk will be 35.21ppl and 42.65ppl respectively.
Arla partners with key customers in UK retail and foodservice industry to accelerate sustainability work on dairy farms
In yet another breakthrough moment for Arla’s industry-leading sustainability programmes, Britain’s largest farmer-owned dairy company has turned its unrivalled access to on-farm climate data into new commercial partnerships covering more than 1 billion litres of milk.
By giving customers the opportunity to reduce their Scope 3 emissions faster along with more accurate reporting, Arla has signed new agreements with Aldi, Asda, Morrisons, and Starbucks™ that create deeper farmer and customer collaboration through projects to deliver progress towards shared climate targets.
Arla, the UK’s largest dairy cooperative, has announced it wants to call time on food insecurity in young people, by kicking off food education classes, in partnership with Leeds United Foundation.
- 73% of Brits believe unexpected acts of kindness are more important than ever before.
- 86% agree that sharing a meal with friends and family improves our moods.
- 65% of us believe community dinners are key to keeping people close.
From 1st October 2023, the Arla on-account price for conventional and organic milk will remain unchanged. However, the net adjustment of the Sustainability Incentive and currency exchange rate impacts the on account price positively by 0.09ppl.
- Arla B.O.B Cheddar, which is made locally at Arla Taw Valley Creamery, has scooped two stars at this year’s Great Taste Awards
- Arla Taw Valley Creamery has been producing award-winning cheeses since 1974 and launched Arla B.O.B Cheddar last year
From 1st September 2023, the Arla on-account price for conventional and organic milk will remain unchanged.
This means the UK manufacturing price for conventional and organic milk will be 35.12ppl and 40.79ppl, respectively.
As expected, the first half of 2023 was dominated by continued inflationary pressure, declining dairy commodity prices, and a shift in consumer behaviors towards discount channels and private label products. This impacted Arla’s performance in the first half of 2023, however, the cooperative was able to soften the negative impact of the market dynamics and deliver a performance price of 49.7 EUR-cent/kg milk, enabling a half-year supplementary payment to farmer owners of 1 EUR-cent/kg milk based on the half-year volumes as planned.
As of today, Arla farmers taking the most action on climate will receive a higher price for their milk.