NETHERLANDS: Unilever, FrieslandCampina build on sustainable partnership deal

By Michelle Russell | 31 October 2012

Unilever and dairy giant FrieslandCampina have extended their global partnership deal with a pledge to further drive innovations in dairy, while promoting sustainable production and logistics.

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Unilever and dairy giant FrieslandCampina have extended their global partnership deal with a pledge to further drive innovations in dairy, while promoting sustainable production and logistics.

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