Fonterra is an international dairy co-operative. Founded by the merger of New Zealand Dairy Group and Kiwi Co-operative Dairies in 2001. The head office for Fonterra is located in Auckland, New Zealand.
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New Zealand dairy giant Fonterra reversed its first-half profit drop to report a massive jump in full-year earnings yesterday (24 September)...
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New Zealand dairy giant Fonterra has increased its focus on emerging economies as the battle among global dairy companies for a share of high-growth markets in Asia, the Middle East and Latin America intensifies. This strategy has proven fruitful, with emerging markets making a sizeable contribution to group revenues and offering scope for future growth. just-food's Jonathan Dyson spoke to Fonterra CFO Jonathan Mason in Auckland yesterday (27 March) about how the world's leading dairy exporter plans to exploit this opportunity.
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New Zealand dairy giant Fonterra has said it is reducing the amount of sugar contained in its Anchor Uno children's yogurt.
Fonterra said today (22 September) its strategy to focus on higher-value products is paying off as it delivered a 65% jump in annual net profit.
McDonald's outlets in parts of China are to sell UHT milk manufactured by Fonterra in its Happy Meals, the New Zealand dairy group has announced.
New Zealand dairy group Fonterra is investing AUD4.3m (US$32m) to boost the cheese and whey capacity at its Wynyard plant in the Australian state of Tasmania.
New Zealand dairy co-operative Fonterra has confirmed all of its staff are safe following the collapse earlier today (16 September) of a raw milk silo at its Edendale milk processing plant.
Fonterra has reduced the lead-time for UHT products exported to China by 70%, a move that enables the New Zealand dairy co-operative to highlight the "freshness" of its long-life milk products in the country.
Fonterra, the New Zealand-based dairy group, is to expand its storage areas at a spreads plant in Australia to "keep up with growing demand".
New Zealand dairy cooperative Fonterra said it has adopted a new standard for sourcing palm products as part of its commitment to sustainability.
Fonterra has issued a forecast for "solid" earnings per share for the dairy giant's 2017 financial year, although the company conceded its estimate for the farmgate milk price it will pay farmers means suppliers face a "challenging season".
A joint research project to help dairy farmers has been launched by Sri Lanka's University of Peradeniya's Faculty of Agriculture, Fonterra Brands and the Coconut Research Institute (CRI).
New Zealand dairy giant Fonterra has established a global consumer and foodservice business unit as it works to grow in these sectors internationally.
Fonterra, the New Zealand dairy giant, is trialling an e-commerce launch of its Tip Top ice cream in China.
Fonterra has rebuffed talk CEO Theo Spierings may step down from the helm of the world's largest dairy exporter.
Chinese infant formula maker Beingmate plans to invest CNY50m (US$7.6m) in a new R&D subsidiary, Beingmate (Hangzhou) Food Research Institute Co.
Dairy Crest, the UK dairy group, has said it will focus on growing its branded sales and accelerating revenue from demineralised whey and galacto-oligosaccharide (GOS) ingredients this year.
Fonterra, the New Zealand dairy co-operative, has launched a global foodservice brand, Anchor Food Professionals.
Fonterra, the New Zealand dairy co-operative, said today (23 March) its strategy of "moving milk up the value chain" delivered a jump in earnings for the first half of its financial year.
Fonterra has announced the closure of a cheese plant in the New Zealand town of Kaikoura.
Fonterra has launched its Anmum infant formula, sold in markets in Asia, into its domestic market of New Zealand.
Fonterra confirmed that it has started worker consultations at its production facility in Kaikoura over proposals to permanently close the site.
A report commissioned by the New Zealand government has rejected the possibility of deregulating the country's dairy sector, insisting there is "not sufficient competition".
This week Fonterra announced it was selling its yoghurt and dairy business in Australia to Parmalat, Chinese fruit groups Golden Wing Mau and Joyvio announced a merger and UK meat group Dunbia confirmed it was mulling options for the business. Belgium's Lotus Bakeries bought UK snacks group Urban Fresh Foods, its second deal in the country in four months and, looking to next year, we analysed the prospects for the BRIC markets in 2016. Here is the week in quotes.
Rabobank's annual league table of the world's largest dairy companies has been released - and the data underlines what a challenging market it has been in recent months.
New Zealand dairy giant Fonterra hopes to use the know-how of its farmer owners in order to scale up in emerging dairy markets such as Sri Lanka.
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