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Tag: Arla Foods

Concerns over Brexit continue

Experts warn of the dangers of no deal WITH just seven months to go until Britain leaves the EU in March 2019, the future for...
Yeo Semi Skimmed and organic 2l

Snapping up organic milk

Arla purchases Yeo brand rights

Pumping up the protein

ARLA Foods has expanded its protein range in response to what the firm views as movement of the ongoing protein trend into the everyday mass market.

Chilled coffee on the up

ARLA Foods, the firm behind the Starbucks range of milk-based chilled coffee drinks, has released figures which suggest the category is enjoying strong growth.

Brands take to the big screen

ADS and sponsorships will keep TV viewers up to date with dairy developments throughout this year. Arla Foods launched a new ad for its Icelandic...
Skyr

Adding drinks

DAIRY company Arla’s Icelandic-style yogurt Skyr saw its range extended in the spring when the firm launched Skyr Drinking Yogurts. The drinks are available in...

Making a meal of yogurt

MEAL deals provide an innovative way to promote dairy products according to Mike Hodgson, co-founder of yogurt manufacturer The Collective. He said: “Key trends are...
Cheese consumption in the UK is lagging behind mainlaind Europe according to Boursin and Leerdammer producer Bel UK.

Beyond the block

An over-reliance on traditional block cheddar is holding back the cheese category according to Bel UK. It argues that it’s time to look elsewhere...

Buttery future

THE backlash against artificial foods has been great news for butter in all its formats. Dairy giant, Arla Foods, reckons that butter’s natural credentials...
Lurpak’s latest campaign runs until the end of the year.

The joy of food – Health focus

Natural spreads winning as Brits return to scratch cooking claims butter giant WHEN it comes to butter, natural is back. That’s the message from Stuart...

Buttering up bakers – butter and spreadables

HOME baking, cooking from scratch and a trend towards natural, additive-free foods is fuelling the return of block butter and spreadables. “More consumers are...

AG Barr Popover Sept/Oct 21