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Arla Foods amba’s on account price for conventional milk for November 2019 will once again remain unchanged, however, the UK organic milk price will reduce by 0.91 pence per litre.
Arla Foods amba’s on account price for conventional and organic milk in the UK for October 2019 will once again remain unchanged.
- Over three quarters of consumers confused by food labels
- Nearly two thirds don’t think milk safe to drink once date has passed
- Nearly a third unnecessarily bin food after ‘best before’ date
- Arla Foods will change labels on its milk and yogurts to help consumers reduce waste
Iconic butter brand, Lurpak, is to unveil the first block butter packaging innovation in 60 years with the launch of its new Butterbox.
Arla Foods UK reports revenue growth of 3% in the first half of 2019 with a net revenue of £987m (€1.131bn)
Arla Foods UK reports half year revenue of £987m (€1.131bn) for 2019 thanks to decreased market volatility, continued success in delivering Arla’s transformation programme, a strong branded agenda and a cooperative mindset.
Arla Foods amba’s on account price for conventional and organic milk for September 2019 will once again remain unchanged at 30.22 pence per litre for conventional milk and 41.97 pence per litre for organic milk.
3D imagery systems will be trialled by Arla UK 360 farmers to help them identify changes in each cow’s physical wellbeing, mobility and weight, before they are visible to the human eye.
Arla Foods amba’s on account price for conventional and organic milk for July 2019 will remain unchanged. However, this month it will be negatively impacted by a slight quarterly currency smoothing adjustment of 0.01 pence per litre. When applied to the UK manufacturing price this will reduce Arla’s pence per litre for conventional milk to 30.22 pence and 41.97 pence per litre for organic milk from 1 July for Arla’s farmer owners.
As the nation celebrates nature’s original superfood on World Milk Day, research shows Britain in ‘confoodsion’
Today, Saturday 1st June, marks World Milk Day, but a new YouGov survey on behalf of Arla Foods UK shows there is widespread ‘confoodsion’ among UK consumers. One finding suggests two-thirds of all Brits wrongly think there is more than 10 per cent fat in whole milk, which in-fact contains less than four percent.