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Arla is holding its conventional milk price for May at 27.43 pence for its manufacturing litre.
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 the main culprits for their predictable eating habits. It’s no surprise therefore that seven out of 10 (70%) of us wish we could vary our diets more easily.
Arla’s price for conventional milk will increase by 0.32 pence per litre from 1 April, as a result of the last quarter’s average exchange rate being introduced into the cooperative’s currency smoothing mechanism, taking the manufacturing litre to 27.43 pence.
Arla Foods has scooped an award for its protein pouch format at the fourth annual World Food Innovation Awards. Celebrating the very best in excellence and innovation across every product category, Arla protein pouches took home the award for Best Brand Ex-tension.
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 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 show greatest revenue growth Food service business, Arla Pro, delivered substantial growth
Arthur Fearnall has been appointed to the Arla Foods amba board, with immediate effect.
Arla Foods Limited will acquire Yeo Valley Dairies Limited, a subsidiary of the Yeo Valley Group Limited. The transaction will give the farmer-owned dairy cooperative the rights to use the Yeo Valley brand in milk, butter, spreads and cheese under an intellectual property licence with Yeo Valley.
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.
Let’s be honest, it’s hard to be fussed about fibre, even though you’re probably not getting enough of it . Introducing Arla Fibre. A delicious new range of yogurts that not only taste great but are a great source of fibre too. Now you can enjoy a tasty yogurt with added fibre, but without the taste or texture of fibre, meaning it goes completely unnoticed.
Arla Foods has been voted ‘Product of the Year’ for the third consecutive year, winning the 2018 accolade for its Free Range Organic Milk in the Dairy & Free From Drinks category.
Arla’s price for conventional milk will reduce by 1.73 pence for the manufacturing litre, taking it to 29.27 pence from 1 February 2018.