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Arla Foods UK sees revenue growth of 2.3 per cent in the first half of 2018 with a net revenue of £961m (€1,093bn)
The UK, Arla Food amba’s largest market, sees net revenue up 2.3 per cent overall year-on-year. The Arla Foods UK 6.7 per cent strategic branded sales volume was supported by the core Arla® brand at 9.3 percent growth, Castello® at 8.8 per cent and Lurpak® at 2.2 per cent. Across Group, 2018 savings from Calcium transformation expected to exceed EUR 30m target
Arla Foods amba’s conventional milk price will be unchanged for September 2018, with the UK manufacturing price per litre remaining at 31.38 pence.
Arla Foods amba is increasing its conventional milk price for August by one eurocent.
At an event held today at the London School of Economics (LSE), pan-European dairy cooperative Arla Foods will warn that if the findings of a LSE report prove true, non-tariff barriers to trade and restricted access to labour after Brexit will leave British consumers facing a dairy dilemma which could see the availability of butter, yoghurts and cheese become restricted.
Arla Foods is to expand its successful Finnish brand, Ihana, into new markets with the premium yogurt range launching in Denmark this spring and the UK this week. Meaning ‘wonderful’ in Finnish, Ihana was launched through an extensive brand launch in 2016 in Finland with an iconic new design.
Following the announcement in February this year of the partnership between Arla Foods and Yeo Valley on liquid milk, butter and cheese, we are pleased to now announce that the Competition and Markets Authority has approved the deal following a Phase 1 investigation, and that the transaction is now unconditional.
Arla Foods amba is increasing its conventional milk price for July by two eurocents.
Anchor Butter has been crowned ‘Brand of the Year’ at the prestigious Grocer Gold Awards.
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 Foods license to continue to manufacture, distribute and market Starbucks premium milk-based ready-to-drink coffee beverages across Europe, Middle East and Africa.
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, where it will further create efficiencies for the benefit of its farmer owners, customers and consumers.
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 is increasing its conventional milk price for June by one eurocent.