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New trailers that will serve Stourton will soon be delivering more than milk.
H T Webb, Arla's speciality cheese company, once again proved it is the UK market leader after scooping 39 trophies at the recent World Cheese Awards held in London.
Arla Foods UK plc today announced its plans to open its new Scottish dairy early in 2005, at Lockerbie in Dumfries-shire. This is a joint venture operation between Arla and its strategic alliance partner, Milk Link, expanding the utilisation of Milk Link's existing cheese factory site.
Arla has donated more than 9,000 litres of Asda longlife milk to victims of the civil war in Liberia, West Africa.
Leicestershire County Cricket Club receive £50,000 Sportsmatch grant thanks to CRAVENDALE® fresh milk
CRAVENDALE® fresh milk and Leicestershire County Cricket Club hope to discover tomorrow’s cricket superstars as they invite every child in the county to take part in a bespoke cricket development programme, thanks to a £50,000 grant from Sportsmatch.
The first ever Discover.. adverts were launched on television this July.
A maize maze which is being sponsored for the second year running by CRAVENDALE fresh milk was opened to the general public following a test run by local school pupils and senior Leeds Rhino's players rugby players recently.
Arla has been celebrating following its duo of successes at the Great Yorkshire Show which saw Settle Creamery scoop the prestigious Supreme Dairy product award and an Arla Foods Milk Partnership member's cow clinch the title of Supreme Champion.
Arla has scooped a top honour at The Grocer Gold Awards 2004 by being crowned best own label supplier.
To ensure its future as a strong player in the butter and spreads market, Anchor has had a major makeover and will be stepping out in new packaging, from 1 July 2004.
Crime fighting Express Dairies milkman Sean Garvey has won the title of 2004 milkman of the year at a special award ceremony hosted by Dairy Industry Association Ltd to acknowledge excellence.
Express Dairies, a trading division of Arla Foods UK plc the UK's leading dairy company, has signed a two-year agreement with mail and logistics company TPG N.V.'s UK subsidiary TNT Mail, which will see Express Dairies delivering addressed, heavier weight letters and packets for TNT Mail's customers.