With an increasing number of consumers looking to make more sustainable food choices based on what they read on social media, Arla decided to study what impact this has on attitudes to dairy. “The rise in cancel culture is playing too much of an influence...
The emissions of Europe’s 20 biggest meat and dairy corporations — including Danish Crown, Nestlé, Danone, Tönnies, FrieslandCampina and Coren — outstrip countries such as the Netherlands and Denmark, yet only three companies have committed to reduce...
N2 Applied, the Norway-headquartered agricultural technology company, has announced the results of sustainable fertilizer testing that show practically all ammonia emissions were successfully trapped in converted cow manure when applied to fields.
Dairy cooperative Arla has developed Climate Checks, a programme that leverages the power of big data to support a transition to low-carbon production. Climate Checks offer ‘a proof point that there can be a sustainable future for dairy’, Chairman Jan...
Fusion beverages are making a splash as an emerging category of functional food. The demand is spurred by consumers who prefer beverages that go beyond quenching their thirst and offer nutritional benefits.
Demand for functional dairy ingredients has never been higher. This is largely driven by the high-protein trend – consumers increasingly understand the proven benefits of high-quality proteins, in particular those from whey, for muscle growth, weight...
A Belgian start-up is analysing pollen samples to monitor bees’ environments, a Quebecois innovation is tapping AI tech to ‘give bees a voice’, and dairy farmers in the UK and Sweden are creating insect-friendly ecosystems to promote biodiversity.
Arla Foods Ingredients has developed a new protein shot concept consisting of whey protein for ‘athletes and gym-goers’. It debuted the idea at the Supply Side West show in Las Vegas last week to beverage manufacturers.
Arla Foods has joined farmer organizations from the UK, Denmark, The Netherlands, Republic of Ireland, France and Germany to call for the UK government and the European Union to pull out all the stops to avoid a no-deal Brexit.
Dairy cooperative Arla Foods UK is launching ‘Arla UK 360’, which it claims is a new standard in UK dairy farming with an approach to benefit everyone, and Aldi has become the first supermarket to jump on board.
Arla Foods UK has moved to increase its share of the rapidly growing dairy drinks category with the launch of two new products – Wing-Co protein-enriched chocolate milk, and GULP milk shakes for children.
Dairy giant Arla Foods has reported a net profits decrease for the first six months of the year, as the continuing impact of the European dairy price war cancelled out revenue growth in the firm’s core and growth markets.
Dairy processing giant Arla has revealed to DairyReporter.com that it has overhauled its research strategy for 2012, to prioritise product innovation and tailor its portfolio to specific world markets.
Arla has defended itself after a charity report attacked its corporate social responsibility record in Bangladesh, and accused it of benefiting unfairly from EU subsidies that impoverished local producers.
As Arla Foods drives ahead with plans to bolster its operations in whey and finished dairy products, the group says its latest acquisition highlights wider interest in the markets of Western and central Europe.
Arla Foods is expanding its capacity of whey protein concentrates
through an agreement with Norwegian dairy firm TINE, under which it
will sell WPC produced as a by-product of TINE's cheese production.