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The results are in for Arla’s climate checks, one of the world’s largest externally validated sets of carbon footprint data for farms. Since launching last year, 7,986 farms across seven European countries have submitted data to 203 questions covering the number of animals, feed composition, crop production, use of fertilizer, manure handling, use of electricity, fuel and renewable energy. This data has then been validated by external assessors in every market a process which will be repeated annually.
The Arla Foods on-account price for conventional and organic milk will increase by 1.5 euro cents per kilo from May 2021.
This means that when applied to the standard manufacturing litre Arla’s conventional milk price will increase to 32.79 pence and organic milk increase to 41.15 pence per litre for Arla’s farmer owners.
Disconnect in parents’ understanding of providing a balanced diet for kids as 83 per cent1 claim confidence their children receive a nutritious diet, yet just 22 per cent say their kids regularly get their RDAs, while 40 per cent admit their kids don’t hit their five-a-day target
Meet Jonny and Jelly, an Arla farmer and his cow on a mission to help families tackle the issue with a new book to demystify daily nutritional needs, what exactly is in a glass of milk and just how our diet impacts our bodies
Jonathan Dixon has been appointed as the new Senior Vice President of Sales for Arla Foods UK effective 1st May.
The UK’s number 1 butter and spreadable brand* is to launch a new category-leading innovation with the introduction of its new light butter to the Lurpak® Lighter range. The new block butter is made from only three natural ingredients – butter, water and salt - and is being launched after consumer research revealed that light or reduced fat products are often perceived as unnatural and containing many ingredients.
Arla Foods’ on-account prices for conventional and organic milk will increase by 1.5 euro cents per kilo from 1 April 2021.
This month the on account price is also impacted positively by 0.04 pence per litre by the quarterly currency exchange rate adjustment. Together, when applied to the UK manufacturing litre this equates to 1.40 pence per litre and takes Arla’s conventional milk price to 31.43 pence and organic milk to 39.79 per litre for Arla’s farmer owners.
Following a significant decline in site volumes due to loss of key own-label cheese contracts, as well as continued instability in foodservice demand due to the ongoing pandemic, farmer-owned dairy company Arla Foods, is proposing to cease production at its Trevarrian Creamery in Cornwall, subject to consultation with employees at the site.
The Arla Foods on-account price for conventional and organic milk will increase by 0.5 euro cent from March 2021.
This means that Arla’s conventional milk price will increase to 30.03 pence and organic milk increase to 38.39 pence per litre for Arla’s farmer owners.
- Annual results show home consumption driving 13 per cent branded volume revenue growth for Arla Food UK in 2020
- Total UK revenue increased to £2.12bn (2.380bn euros) despite 50 per cent of Arla’s products being impacted by the consequences of the pandemic. Global Arla Group revenue reached EUR 10.6 billion
- Arla’s Board of Directors has proposed that the share of profits paid out to farmer owners, in what is termed the 13th payment, should be 1.75 eurocent per kg milk (circa 1.58 pence per litre), 0.75 eurocent, higher than the standard 1.00 eurocent per kg milk
Dairy cooperative, Arla Foods, has been awarded the John Beckett Memorial Cup at the British Dairying Cream Awards 2021. The accolade which is given to the winner of the award for Overall Dairy Company of the Year is widely acknowledged as the most esteemed in the industry, taking into consideration production, operations and welfare across the nation’s top dairy businesses.
Dairy cooperative, Arla Foods, has been working with animal behavioural science and technology partners FAI Farms, Nedap and Alta Genetics to determine how, exactly, to measure the happiness of a cow. The project is being driven with the knowledge that the wellbeing of herds is determined by how they are managed within a given environment, rather than which type of production system the farm operates. The cumulative data is helping Arla and the wider dairy industry create a ‘happy cow measure’, which, for the first time in industry history, looks to automate the measurement of mental wellbeing for cows.
Arla Foods’ on-account prices for conventional and organic milk will remain unchanged from 1 February 2021. This means that Arla’s conventional milk price will remain at 29.58 pence and organic milk 37.94 pence per litre for Arla’s farmer owners.