Dairy Crest - Articles and news items
Industry news • 3 December 2015 • Victoria White
Müller has confirmed details of the team who will lead its UK fresh milk and ingredients business following the £80 million acquisition of Dairy Crest’s dairy operations…
Industry news • 19 October 2015 • Victoria White
The acquisition, which includes Dairy Crest’s dairy facilities at Severnside, Chadwell Heath, Foston and Hanworth, will complete no later than 27th December 2015…
Industry news • 14 July 2015 • Victoria White
Dairy Crest issued an Interim Management Statement for the 3 months ended 30 June 2015 at its Annual General Meeting yesterday…
Industry news • 29 June 2015 •
The CMA agrees on principle to the undertakings proposed by Müller in relation to the proposed acquisition of Dairy Crest’s dairies operations…
Industry news • 15 June 2015 • Victoria White
The CMA is referring Müller’s proposed acquisition of Dairy Crest’s dairy processing, trading and distribution activities to a Phase II assessment…
Dairy Crest half-year 2014 results with CEO Mark Allen announcing news of proposed disposal of the group’s liquid milk and dairies business to Müller Wiseman Dairies
Industry news • 6 November 2014 • Dairy Crest
CEO Mark Allen announces a proposed sale of the group’s liquid milk and dairies businesses to Müller Wiseman Dairies…
Three years ago, Dairy Crest, the UK’s leading dairy company, stepped up its commitment to innovation and adopted new strategies aimed at bringing products to market quicker. The start of a new decade is a good time to evaluate whether this increased focus and change of emphasis has been successful.
Dairy Crest owns three of the most successful dairy brands in the UK, Cathedral City (cheese), Clover (dairy spreads) and Country Life (butter). It also supplies approximately one third of the country’s fresh milk through its doorstep delivery service and sales to the major retailers and to smaller food service customers.
Responsibility for safety from ‘farm to fork’ is obviously shared between farmers, manufacturers and processors, distributors, consumers and various government authorities. The perspective of the manufacturer is in ensuring that known food safety risks are managed and controlled, while the areas of new and emerging food safety risk have traditionally been the government’s domain. However, in recent years, the retailer has joined the manufacturer in taking responsibility for food safety in the factory and both have become more involved in assessing and managing potential new issues.
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