For as long as it has been legally necessary to have “use by” or “best before” on pack, milk has always been sold with a “use by” date. However, with research from WRAP suggesting that as much as 7% of
At an event held today at the London School of Economics (LSE), pan-European dairy cooperative Arla Foods will warn that if the findings of a LSE report prove true, non-tariff barriers to trade and restricted access to labour after Brexit
Pupils at Burnley Road Academy in West Yorkshire experienced the full farm to store journey of dairy, learning where milk comes from, how dairy products are made, both now and in the past and how it gets from farm to
Arla Foods UK is launching Fibre, an innovative new range of fibre-packed yogurts, with a national multi-channel campaign created by Wieden+Kennedy London.
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. The launch of Arla
Arla Foods UK, the country’s leading dairy cooperative, has appointed Steve Millard as its new head of e-commerce & digital. The newly created role forms part of Arla’s wider ambitions to increase the proportion of its online sales in the UK
Working together with McDonald’s, Arla is launching a new co-branded Happy Meal and Arla Organic Milk bottle which will roll-out across McDonald’s UK restaurants.
Anchor – the leading brand of British-made butter – is launching a new look to proudly showcase its Britishness. The makeover will be supported with a £4.5 million campaign to publicise Anchor’s ‘real butter’ credentials. Anchor is produced by Arla Foods,
The trends, technologies and products that will shape the worldwide dairy category in the future will be created hand-in-hand with chefs, scientists, consumers and customers at Arla Foods’ new state-of-the-art global innovation centre. Arla has put innovation at the centre of
This week, Arla Foods and its farmer owners are urging the UK Government to recognise and protect the future of dairy within the forthcoming Brexit negotiations or risk undermining a key sector within the UK economy. Drawing on findings from a
New and added value milk products by Arla Foods UK successfully contributed £95m in value to the category in 2016, with 1.5 million shoppers trading up from standard fresh milk to an Arla branded product offering additional benefits.
Arla, the farmer-owned dairy company, is responding to the resurgence of organic in the UK with the launch of its first branded organic product, Arla Organic Farm Milk, which aims to make organic milk more accessible to all.
Arla Foods, the country’s largest dairy company, has unveiled its most ambitious business strategy to date to make Arla a household brand by 2020 and grow its revenue by nearly a third. Spearheaded by new country head, Tomas Pietrangeli, who joined
Arla has announced the structural changes to its organisation that will enable the business to deliver its Good Growth Strategy 2020 ambitions. The changes will see the formation of a new global executive management Team as well as the creation of
Arla has more raw milk in its care than ever before and more expected over the next five years. This provides the business with opportunities for global growth to create value for its 12,700 farmer owners. Unveiling its new Strategy 2020,
British grocery shoppers are demonstrating their commitment to dairy farmers and overwhelmingly supporting the new Morrisons’ Milk for Farmers range. The fresh milk, which is 100% sourced from Arla farms in the UK, is attracting an additional 10 pence per
Frampton farmer-owner George Holmes welcomed invited guests, including Simon Hoare, MP for North Dorset to his farm over the weekend. The farm day event is the first in a series of meet and greets and is aiming to drive a greater understanding of
Globally declining milk prices impacted Arla Foods and the entire dairy industry in the first half of 2015, creating a tough situation for Arla’s farmer-owners. Arla has managed to navigate through the hard-pressed world market relatively well by growing brand