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Arla’s price for conventional milk will reduce by 1.73 pence for the manufacturing litre, taking it to 29.27 pence from 1 February 2018.
Arla Foods is set to strengthen its business in Southeast Asia by establishing a joint venture with PT Indofood CBP Sukses Makmur Tbk (“ICBP”), one of the leading fast-moving consumer goods companies and dairy players in Indonesia.
Arla’s price for conventional milk for UK farmer owners will reduce by 1.3 pence for the manufacturing litre, taking it to 31 pence from 1 January 2018.
Tomas Pietrangeli, Managing Director of Arla Foods UK, met with Michael Gove, Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs this week for a tour of the cooperative’s Aylesbury site, the world’s largest fresh milk processing plant.
Castello, the creatively crafted cheese, is proud to announce a partnership with Creative Neuroscientist Katherine Templar Lewis, who, after months of background experimentation and fine-tuning, have changed the way you experience cheese; with three simple, try-at-home experiments.
Arla’s price for conventional milk will remain unchanged in December at 32.30 pence for the conventional manufacturing litre.
At the IDF World Dairy Summit taking place in Belfast this week, Tomas Pietrangeli, Managing Director of Arla Foods UK has spoken on the opportunities and challenges posed by Brexit to the UK dairy industry.
Arla’s price for both conventional milk will remain unchanged in November at 32.30 pence for the conventional manufacturing litre.
The good and the great of the UK foodservice industry will meet today at Dinerama, a global street food market in Shoreditch, where Arla Foods will launch its new foodservice division, Arla Pro. The launch of Arla Pro brings together well-known brands such as Lurpak®, Anchor® and Castello®, with a new Arla back of house range.
Arla Foods, the farmer owned dairy company, is to expand its successful protein range, with the launch of Arla Protein Milk, in a move that sees it continue to innovate in the dairy sector through increasing protein content via everyday dairy products.
Arla® Organic Milk is now available in leading retailers across the United Arab Emirates (UAE). Arla Foods, the world’s largest producer of organic dairy products, has launched its first branded organic milk in the Middle East, the company’s biggest strategic growth market outside Europe, marking a significant milestone in its growth agenda.
Arla’s price for conventional milk for UK farmer owners will increase by 1.50 pence per litre from 1 October, taking Arla’s manufacturing litre to 32.30 pence. This is a result of a one eurocent increase in the on-account price coupled with the quarterly adjustment in the currency smoothing mechanism.