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The farmer-owned dairy company is aiming to be the most collaborative innovator in the global dairy market, worth approximately €360 billion, with its new global innovation centre in Aarhus, Denmark, which officially opens today.
Arla Foods UK is launching a new Arla brand campaign inviting consumers to ‘Eat Monday for Breakfast’. The campaign launches on Sunday night and shows consumers that, when armed with the natural goodness of dairy and the right attitude, they can face Monday morning head on.
Although Arla Foods amba is decreasing its on-account price for conventional milk by one eurocent per kilogramme from 1 May 2017, the UKAF board has taken the decision to maintain the conventional price in the UK at 28.13 pence per litre*.
Arla Organic Farm Milk is proud to be a sponsor of the UK Coffee Week, a nationwide fundraising campaign that takes place in thousands of coffee shops across the country to support the coffee growing communities around the world.
As protein continues to reign king with consumers Arla, the farmer-owned dairy company, is continuing to innovate by extending its popular Arla Protein range with the launch of two new products – Arla Protein Pouches and Arla Protein Greens.
This week, Arla Foods and its farmer owners are urging the UK Government to recognise and protect the future of dairy within the forthcoming Brexit negotiations or risk undermining a key sector within the UK economy.
Arla Foods is decreasing its milk price to owners by 0.42 pence per litre from 1 April.
Arla branded products recorded the largest growth of any of the 100 UK grocery brands listed, achieving growth of £37m in 2016.
Added value milk products by Arla Foods UK successfully contributed £95m in value to the category in 2016, with 1.5 million shoppers trading up from standard fresh milk to an Arla branded product offering additional benefits.
Arla Foods, the country’s leading farmer-owned dairy company, has announced that its British owners will receive £31 million as their 2016 year-end bonus. Arla is owned by 12,000 dairy farmers across Europe, 2,500 of whom are British and make up almost a quarter of all British dairy farmers.
Arla has today published its Corporate Responsibility report 2016, documenting how the company has progressed within responsible business practice over the past year.
Arla has published its full annual report 2016, including all available financial figures and updates on Arla’s strategy, Good Growth 2020, as well as markets, strategic brands, cost saving programmes etc.