Arla Foods

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First N2 Applied and Arla agtech trial shows near-zero emissions

By Jim Cornall

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.

Arla has set a goal to have 10% of all retail sales across core European markets come from e-commerce. Pic: Arla Foods

Arla Foods to supercharge sales in E-commerce

By Jim Cornall

Arla is fast tracking its plans to become European dairy market leader for e-commerce and aims to double its sales via its customers’ online platforms to €600m ($729m) across Europe.

Lockdown life boosts Arla Foods butter sales

Lockdown life boosts Arla Foods butter sales

By Oliver Morrison

The Danish dairy giant’s half-year results are the latest to illustrate how food and beverage firms have needed to pivot to successfully negotiate the shift in consumer trends amid the pandemic.

Research shows 59% of respondents assume milk is unsafe to drink once the date has passed.

Arla UK changing labels to tackle food waste

By Jim Cornall

According to a OnePoll survey, more than a third of those polled in the UK are unsure of the difference between ‘best before’ and ‘use by’ labels on produce.

Arla’s head of Europe, Peter Giørtz-Carlsen.

Arla looks to sustainable packaging across Europe

By Jim Cornall

Dairy products in the fridges of European households are getting better for the environment. By the end of the year, across six countries, Arla is making 600 million fresh milk cartons renewable and 560 million yogurt pots recyclable, cutting 7,330 tonnes...

The ‘Beyond Brexit: Farming for our Future’ conference in London urged the UK and EU to avoid a no-deal Brexit.

Arla Foods warns of no-deal Brexit issues

By Jim Cornall

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.

Arla Foods UK is warning specialty cheese could be ‘very scarce’ and other dairy products an ‘occasional luxury’ if a London School of Economics report on Brexit scenarios comes to fruition. Pic: Getty Images/Azure-Dragon

Arla foresees post-Brexit dairy problems for UK consumers

By Jim Cornall

European dairy cooperative Arla Foods says Brexit could leave UK consumers with less choice and higher prices, turning everyday staples, like butter, yogurts, cheese and infant formula, into occasional luxuries, and making speciality cheeses ‘very scarce.’

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