Emmi is a Switzerland-based milk processor and dairy products company. Founded in 1907, Emmi is a public company, listed on the SWX Swiss Exchange as EMMN. The head office for Emmi is located in Lucerne, Switzerland.
The recent sale of Italian unit Trentinalatte confirms growth through acquisition is not something Emmi is always successful at. Would, Stef...
Emmi's move to sell Italian yoghurt business Trentinalatte, announced this morning (6 October), was the latest example of the challenges fac...
Emmi announced yesterday (9 April) it has acquired Swiss speciality cheese maker Käserei Studer. While the majority of Käserei Studer's sales are generated domestically, the move should nevertheless be viewed in the context of Emmi's drive to expand internationally, Katy Askew suggests.
Emmi has continued to see its share price rise after another acquisition deal to improve the Swiss dairy giant's presence in key international markets.
Swiss dairy group Emmi is investing in building its presence overseas by upping its stake in two European dairy firms - France's Diprola and Kaiku. Emmi wants to reduce its dependence on the stagnant Swiss dairy market and the deals will strengthen its position in key European markets as well as developing its footprint in fast-growing emerging markets, notably in Latin America.
The strong Swiss franc has caused difficulty for the country's retailers and food producers. Sam Webb takes a look at the problems surrounding the powerful currency and speaks to Swiss companies that are feeling the pressure.
The market reacted positively to Emmi's first-half results and the Swiss dairy group's ongoing efforts to improve its profitability but the business does face challenges, not least on its top line. Facing challenges at home, the company is also looking to continue to expand internationally to further broaden its business, although growth has come under some pressure in some overseas markets, while the group has to weigh up the impact of Brexit. Dean Best spoke to Emmi CEO Urs Riedener to find out how the Onken owner sees its near-term prospects.
The first-half results from Swiss dairy group Emmi, published on Tuesday, demonstrated the company's recent efforts to improve its profitability. The figures included a cut to Emmi's forecast for annual sales but, nonetheless, the numbers pleased analysts and the company's share price rose. Dean Best discussed the performance with Emmi CEO Urs Riedener.
Switzerland-based dairy group Emmi today (22 March) reported a near-17% rise in annual profits, boosted by moves to improve its productivity.
Emmi-owned German organic milk processor Gläserne Molkerei boosted production of organic milk by 25% in 2016 and is preparing to step up production of yogurt, the company has told just-food.
Emmi booked a rise in sales during 2016 but revealed the Switzerland-based dairy group said its domestic sales continued to decline due to pressure from "retail tourism", increased imports and "economic uncertainties".
Swiss dairy giant Emmi said today (18 January) it had signed an agreement to buy Italian dessert manufacturer Italian Fresh Foods (IFF) for an undisclosed sum.
Swiss dairy Emmi has made a further acquisition in the goat's milk sector with the purchase of US-based family-owned business Jackson-Mitchell.
Swiss dairy group Emmi is expanding its investment in the goat's milk sector with the acquisition of an 80% stake in Spanish producer Lácteos Caprinos.
Swiss dairy group Emmi has launched a chilled porridge line under its yogurt brand Onken in the UK.
Emmi, the Switzerland-based dairy group, today (4 October) announced it had drawn up "specific objectives" in four areas related to sustainability.
Swiss dairy group Emmi has said that it will switch to 100% renewable hydroelectricity at its Swiss production facilities as part of its commitment to reduce CO2 emissions by 25% by 2020.
Emmi lowered its full-year sales forecast this morning (23 August) with the Swiss dairy group pointing to a "challenging economic environment", although the Caffe Latte owner upped its estimating for annual operating profit.
Swiss dairy group Emmi plans to increase its stake in Chilean dairy Group Surlat as part of its international growth drive.
Swiss dairy group Emmi is expanding its presence in the organic dairy sector in the US through the acquisition of California-based organic dairy Cowgirl Creamery Corp. and the associated Tomales Bay Foods.
Higher international selling prices and lower operational costs have seen Emmi post an increase in full year profits despite a sales fall for the period.
Emmi booked a drop in 2015 sales this morning (4 February) as a weaker performance from its domestic business offset a more robust international showing.
Swiss dairy group Emmi is taking a 60% stake in Dutch goat's milk processor Bettinehoeve.
This week, Unilever was the first of the food majors to reports its results for 2015 - and its comments about the year ahead caught the eye. Sugar remained firmly in the headlines with Food Standards Scotland warning a sugar tax could be considered as the nation continues to face rising obesity and the European Parliament voting against a move from Brussels to allow baby foods to contain sugar far above WHO recommendations. Elsewhere, on our M&A pages, Emmi took full control of German organic milk processor Glaserne Molkerei and US private-equity firm Highlander Partners acquired invested in Polish meat firm QFG. Click on the links for more.
Swiss dairy manufacturer Emmi has increased its stake in Gläserne Molkerei, taking full control of the German organic milk processor as it looks to expand in the organic dairy space.
This week, there was fresh speculation about the future of some of Mondelez International's confectionery assets in Europe, while, in the seafood sector, industry giant Thai Union Group canned its planned move for US company Bumble Bee Foods. Two companies - Brazilian meat behemoth BRF and Swiss dairy Emmi - did conclude deals. And Russia revealed the foods it was banning from Turkey.
Emmi is expanding in the "attractive niches" of goat's milk products and "sustainable foods" such as organic and lactose-free through the acquisition of US-based dairy Redwood Hill Farm and Creamery.
This week, Emmi reported a rise in first half profits on the back of stronger margins while Petra's profit suffered as a result of a slowing economy in Indonesia. We also took a look at what the easing of trade sanctions in Iran could mean for international food makers. Here is the week in quotes.
Emmi said today (18 August) that its first-half sales decline was "better than expected" and booked an increase in profits during the period on the back of stronger margins.
Emmi booked a drop in full-year earnings today (24 March) as one-time charges hit the bottom line. On an adjusted basis, however, the Swiss dairy stressed 2014 profits were up on 2013.
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