Milk prices have been falling

Arla and First Milk unveil price drops from March

By Michelle Perrett

Milk prices continue to fall, with First Milk and Arla unveiling reductions from March and the National Farmers Union (NFU) pressing Arla to work with farmers to mitigate price cuts.

Unite has accused Arla Foods of not properly consulting over the closure of its Peverel Dairy in Essex

Unite starts legal proceedings against Arla Foods

By Michelle Perrett

Unite, the union, said it has instigated legal proceedings against Arla Foods, claiming it failed to “properly” consult over the possible loss of 230 jobs at the Hatfield Peverel dairy in March.

Dairy firm Arla will cut 500 jobs across its business

Arla to cut 500 jobs in efficiency plan

By Laurence Gibbons

Arla Foods is planning to cut 500 jobs across its business, as part of structural changes designed to make the business more energy efficient and globally focused.

Calcium from milk is the easiest form for the body to absorb

Milk: the low-cost food

New research has suggested milk is a highly sustainable and relatively low-cost source of food.

Arla delivered capacity cost savings of £57M on an annual basis

Arla profits boom as mergers bear fruit

By Rod Addy

Dairy giant Arla has doubled profits for the first half of its financial year, amid news the two mergers it undertook in 2012 were paying off.

Anchor will produced in the UK for the first time from next month

Arla to produce Anchor in UK for first time

By Mike Stones

Milk processor Arla is to produce Anchor butter in the UK for the first time, after the firm moves production to its Westbury site in Wiltshire from New Zealand.

Indian dairy range adds spice to Arla

Indian dairy range adds spice to Arla

By Graham Holter

Arla Foods has launched a range of Indian dairy products following a three-year research and development programme, involving investment of £1.5m.

An artist's impression of the super dairy

Politician warns Arla on 'superficial' dairy plan changes

By Graham Holter

Arla has modified its plans to build a super dairy near Aylesbury, but a local councillor has warned the firm that its changes are ''superficial'', and that opposition to its £150m project will continue.

Arla offers licence for lactose-free dairy expertise

Arla offers licence for lactose-free dairy expertise

Dairy company Arla has begun to offer other producers a licensing package for its patented lactose-free dairy production technology. Previously the technology was only available to other companies in the Arla group in Scandinavia and the UK.


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