Glanbia plc is a global performance nutrition and ingredients group, founded in 1997. Glanbia is a public company, listed on the London and Irish Stock Exchanges as GLB and GL9 respectively. The head office for Glanbia is located in Kilkenny, Ireland.
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Ireland-based food group Glanbia has moved a step closer to selling a 60% stake in its domestic dairy products business.
Ireland-based Glanbia today (26 April) reported higher first-quarter revenues, helped by growth from the company's ingredients business, amid falling volumes from its performance nutrition arm.
Glanbia has announced plans to form a joint venture for its dairy business in Ireland as the group booked higher sales and earnings for 2016.
Irish food maker Glanbia has entered into two deals to expand its performance nutrition business, with the acquisitions of Grass Advantage in the US and Body & Fit in the Netherlands.
Irish dairy group Glanbia has confirmed it is in "advanced" talks with three US dairy suppliers, including Dairy Farmers of America, over the formation of a stand-alone joint venture in the country.
Glanbia has confirmed it is raising the price of its Avonmore milk range to sales agents by three euro cents per litre from 5 February in response to increased raw materials costs.
Shares in Glanbia rose today (2 November) after the Ireland-based group maintained its forecast for annual earnings but the company's nine-month results showed it has seen pressure on the price of its performance nutrition products.
Optimum Nutrition, the US-based sports nutrition business owned by Glanbia, has launched a range of protein bars in its domestic market.
Glanbia has confirmed jobs are to go at a plant in Co. Kildare in the east of Ireland.
First quarter sales at Glanbia have fallen, the group revealed in an interim trading statement today (27 April).
Glanbia, the Irish dairy, ingredients and sports nutrition group, is looking to make more acquisitions, MD Siobhán Talbot has said.
Glanbia has declined to comment on the impact a reported milk supply contract loss to Tesco in Ireland will have on its business.
Glanbia Ingredients Ireland is looking to expand a cheese plant to support the growth of its Wexford cheese brand.
US group ConAgra Foods, fresh from agreeing to sell the bulk of its own-label business, set out plans to split its remaining operations in two. Staying in the US, Glanbia struck a deal to buy protein foods maker ThinkThin, while local distributor Pompeian Group is to merge with Spanish olive oil co-op DCOOP. Olive oil was under scrutiny in Italy, where a clutch of products face a regulatory investigation over claims products are being mis-sold as extra virgin olive oil.
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Irish dairy group Glanbia booked higher first-half earnings this morning (19 August) thanks to another "strong" showing from its performance nutrition business and improved margins at its dairy Ireland unit.
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We attended the Consumer Analyst Group of Europe conference in London this week, bringing you strategic updates from the likes of Nestle, Danone and Glanbia. Elsewhere, General Mills reported further pressure on sales and earnings and we profiled the growing importance of e-commerce to baby food makers in China.
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