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Katy Askew | 18 Nov 2016

French dairy cooperative Laita has been granted an export licence to ship infant formula to the Chinese market. 


John Shepherd | 7 Jun 2016

French dairy co-operative Laita has announced plans to invest 24m (US$27.3m) over the next five years to modernise its butter factories and increase production.


Stuart Todd | 16 Mar 2015

The Maîtres Laitiers du Cotentin, one of the nine dairy firms fined in a French price-fixing probe, is to appeal the decision.


Stuart Todd | 12 Mar 2015

The French competition regulator has handed out fines worth EUR192.7m to nine dairy firms for their part in a price-fixing cartel for private-label products between 2006 and 2012.


Stuart Todd | 26 Feb 2015

France's competition regulator, the Autorité de la Concurrence, will render its decision in weeks on an 2012 investigation into an alleged price-fixing cartel among a number of yoghurt producers.


Hannah Abdulla | 13 Jan 2015

Dairy maker Eurilait has announced plans to boost capacity at its UK-based cheese cutting and packing facility.


Stuart Todd | 28 Oct 2014

French dairy brand Paysan Breton, which is owned by Brittany co-operative Laïta, is planning to launch a selection of its products in China under the Bai Shang name.


Stuart Todd | 28 Oct 2014

French dairy brand Paysan Breton, which is owned by Brittany co-operative Laïta, is planning to launch a selection of its products in China under the Bai Shang name.


Dean Best | 27 May 2014

Japan's Mizkan Group got out the chequebook again this week, with the acquisition of Unilever's North American pasta sauces business. The deal followed its 2012 purchases of brands including Branston and Haywards from Premier Foods in the UK. Elsewhere, we ran interviews with the CEOs of UK pork processor and dairy group Adams Foods.


Dean Best | 27 May 2014

Japan's Mizkan Group got out the chequebook again this week, with the acquisition of Unilever's North American pasta sauces business. The deal followed its 2012 purchases of brands including Branston and Haywards from Premier Foods in the UK. Elsewhere, we ran interviews with the CEOs of UK pork processor and dairy group Adams Foods.


Stuart Todd | 21 May 2014

French dairy co-operative Laita has announced heavy investment in increasing production capacity for baby and premium milk as it seeks to tap international markets.


Stuart Todd | 21 May 2014

French dairy co-operative Laita has announced heavy investment in increasing production capacity for baby and premium milk as it seeks to tap international markets.

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