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Arla donations 2020

Arla pledges increased support for those most in need

Butter, cheese, yogurt and milk that should have been destined for Britain’s cafes and restaurants will now be going into homes of some of the most vulnerable families in the country. Thanks to new partnerships between three food charities and the UK’s largest farmer-owned dairy co-operative, Arla Foods, milk will also be provided to thousands of school children who need it most.

​Arla Foods amba confirms April milk price

Arla Foods amba confirms May milk price

The Arla on-account prices for conventional and organic milk will decrease by 1 eurocent for May 2020.  When applied to the UK manufacturing price Arla’s this is a 0.9 pence per litre reduction for its farmer owners bringing conventional milk to 29.89 and organic milk to 38.93 pence per litre, from 1 May. 

Peder Tuborgh - CEO Arla Foods

Coronavirus update from Peder Tuborgh, CEO of Arla Foods

 

Dear friends of Arla Foods


The scale, speed and impact of Covid-19 has taken us all by surprise and, more than ever, the pandemic is showing us that we are all linked together. How we decide to act as individuals or as an organisation in the crisis clearly has an impact on society as a whole.

​Arla Foods amba confirms April milk price

Arla Foods amba confirms hold for April milk price

The Arla on-account prices for conventional and organic milk will remain unchanged for April 2020.  However, there will be a slight quarterly currency adjustment downwards of 0.15 pence per litre. When applied to the UK manufacturing price Arla’s pence per litre for its farmer owners for conventional milk will be 30.79 pence and the organic price 39.83 pence per litre, from 1 April.

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Arla and Sainsbury’s get their game on for Sport Relief with donations from dairy

 Arla Foods, the UK’s biggest dairy company, is teaming up with Sainsbury’s to donate 10p from every purchase across a range of its dairy products to Sport Relief. 

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Arla study finds kids are stunned by the hidden sugars in food

Kids consume 5,738 sugar cubes a year, yet kids’ preference for sugary snacks is often an assumption, and kids do actually enjoy more simple and natural foods just as much, according to a new Arla Explorers study.

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Arla introduces new brand and plant-based products

The farmer owned dairy cooperative Arla Foods enters plant based drinks sector to offer oat based options made only from natural ingredients.

Arla Foods amba increases its milk price for January

Arla Foods amba confirms March milk price

Arla Foods amba’s on account price for conventional milk will increase by 1 eurocent for March 2020. When applied to the UK manufacturing price it will increase by 0.90 pence per litre to 30.94ppl. The Arla on-account price for UK organic milk will decrease by 1 eurocent for March 2020 which when applied to the UK manufacturing price will see a decrease of 0.90 pence per litre to 39.98ppl.

Britain's number one dairy company unveils next stage of its development

Arla Foods reports 2019 annual results

The Arla Foods Group has announced strong global growth for 2019, with a slight revenue increase in the UK, driven by continued growth in the company’s branded sales.

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Arla urges farmers to embrace the new interest consumers are showing in dairy

Speaking at the Dairy Tech event this week, Graham Wilkinson, Senior Director of Agriculture at Arla Foods UK has called on farmers to ignore the foghorn of anti-dairy voices and instead focus on ensuring we all play our part to promote the superfood that is dairy.

Joint statement from Arla Foods amba UK farmer Board Directors, Arla Foods amba UK farmer Board of Representatives and Arla Foods Milk Partnership farmer board members

Arla Foods UK acquires logistics provider PCL 24/7 to ensure stability of its Hatfield operations.

Arla Foods UK has confirmed that it will acquire the legal entity PCL 24/7 Ltd and take on the services which are currently performed by PCL Transport 24/7 Ltd, with the exception of Bristol. The sale will enable Arla Foods to assure the future operations at the Hatfield site and the continuation of service to its customers. 

  One in four British dairy farmers to benefit from a share of the  £31 million windfall from Arla

Arla Foods amba confirms February milk price

The Arla on-account prices for conventional and organic milk will remain unchanged for February 2020.  When applied to the UK manufacturing price Arla’s pence per litre for its farmer owners for conventional milk will remain at 30.04 pence and the organic price at 40.88 pence per litre, from 1 February.