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To reward and motivate climate initiatives, Arla has committed paying €2.2 billion until the end of 2030 to its farmers for sustainability activities.
Magic Breakfast and the British Nutrition Foundation have joined forces to raise awareness of the importance of a nutritious breakfast for children.
Arla has earmarked up to three eurocent per kilo of milk for farmer’s sustainability activities to reach the 2030 emission reduction target on farms.
Dairy giant Arla is looking to achieve ambitious sustainability goals in Denmark by 2025 through a new 10-year agreement with Eurowind Energy.
In a first for the UK dairy industry, Arla has launched its Climate Roadmap – Towards Carbon Net Zero Dairy, as the cooperative works to provide clear information around the future of sustainable dairy production.
At the Dairy UK annual dinner, Arla UK Managing Director called on the UK government to not lump the dairy sector with any further admin, whilst MP Alicia Kearns hinted at new regulations forthcoming. Here's our Editor's breakdown of the speeches.
New Food's Editor Bethan Grylls explores how the pandemic has influenced consumer purchasing behaviour and the new opportunities that have come as a result.
The ingredients arm of food manufacturing giant, Arla Foods, says the new innovation centre will enable it to “bridge the gap” between research and manufacturing sustainable food.
ATNI’s latest Global Index suggests the world’s top food and beverage manufacturers have slowed down efforts to combat malnutrition, with Nestlé and Unilever leading the way.