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​Arla Foods UK welcomes Duncan Malyon as new commercial director

​Arla Foods UK welcomes Duncan Malyon as new commercial director

Arla Foods announces the appointment of Duncan Malyon to the role of UK commercial director, following the appointment of Ash Amirahmadi to UK managing director.
Arla Foods amba confirms unchanged February milk price

Arla Foods amba confirms unchanged February milk price

​Arla Foods amba’s conventional milk price for February 2019 will be unchanged, with the manufacturing price per litre remaining at 30.24 pence from 1 February 2019 for Arla’s farmer owners.
Arla Foods amba confirms January milk price

Arla Foods amba confirms January milk price

Arla Foods amba’s conventional milk price for January 2019 will reduce by 1.5 eurocents per litre. When applied to the UK manufacturing litre, alongside the positive impact of the quarterly currency smoothing mechanism of 0.02 pence, this equates to 1.33 pence per litre, taking the manufacturing price per litre down to 30.24 pence from 1 January 2019 for Arla’s farmer owners.
BRITS EXPECTED TO FORK OUT £2BN ON CHEESE OVER CHRISTMAS

BRITS EXPECTED TO FORK OUT £2BN ON CHEESE OVER CHRISTMAS

Survey finds we spend nearly £40 each on cheese over the festive season, with British cheese beating France at its own fromage-game
Confirmation of the Arla Foods milk price for December

Confirmation of the Arla Foods milk price for December

The Arla Foods amba on-account price will reduce, with effect from 1 December 2018, by 1 eurocent per kg. When applied to the UK manufacturing litre it equates to a reduction of 0.89 pence per litre, taking the UK standard litre to 31.57 pence.
Arla Foods amba’s milk price for November remains unchanged

Arla Foods amba’s milk price for November remains unchanged

​Arla Foods amba's conventional milk price will be unchanged for November 2018, with the UK manufacturing price per litre remaining at 32.47 pence.
Arla Baby&Me® Organic clicks into the UK

Arla Baby&Me® Organic clicks into the UK

Arla’s expansion of Baby&Me Organic brand will see first UK direct to consumer offering to pro-vide convenience of online shopping
Arla Foods UK unveils new farming standards model to bring sustainable change to dairy farming

Arla Foods UK unveils new farming standards model to bring sustainable change to dairy farming

With ongoing volatility in the global milk markets, increasing consumer misunderstanding of the sector, polarised levels of support for UK dairy farmers and a new post-Brexit Agriculture Bill the challenges for dairy farmers are mounting. Today, the farmer-owned cooperative Arla Foods is launching ‘Arla UK 360’, a new standard in UK dairy farming with an approach to benefit everyone.
Arla Foods amba to increase its October milk price

Arla Foods amba to increase its October milk price

Arla Foods amba’s on account price for conventional milk will increase by 1 eurocent for October 2018. As a result of this and a 0.19 pence quarterly adjustment in the currency smoothing mechanism Arla’s manufacturing price will increase by 1.09 pence to 32.47 pence per litre, from 1 October 2018.
Leading the whey with new innovation centre

Leading the whey with new innovation centre

Farmer-owned Arla Foods is to build a groundbreaking innovation centre in Nr. Vium, Denmark to unleash the wonders of whey. Part of Arla Foods Ingredients, the new centre will be home to leading scientists and innovators who will discover and deliver new ways of using milk and whey to serve the needs of the world’s growing population.
Arla's Board of Directors proposes to pay out entire 2018 net profit to farmer owners in light of strong balance sheet

Arla's Board of Directors proposes to pay out entire 2018 net profit to farmer owners in light of strong balance sheet

​A proposal to pay out the entire 2018 net profit of Arla Group has been prepared by Arla's Board of Directors due to the positive development of Arla Foods’ balance sheet. The Board also recognizes that many Arla farmers are facing a tough financial situation due to this summer’s drought in Europe, and that it is in Arla’s best interest for this year’s net profit to be paid out to the farmers.