What COP26 means for the Co-op
Fonterra’s Amsterdam based Trade Strategy and Stakeholder Affairs Manager, Mark Casey, recently attended COP26 – the annual United Nations Convention on Climate in Glasgow. Here are his thoughts on this globally significant event and what it means for the Co-op.
Cow manure to fire up the BBQ
A study between Fonterra, Beca, Firstgas Group and EECA has found using organic waste is a viable, untapped solution to provide an alternative to New Zealand’s current residential gas supplies, with the potential to replace nearly 20% of the country’s total gas usage by 2050.
Recycling plastic to save it going into the environment
As a Co-op we’ve committed to 100% recyclable, reusable or compostable packaging by 2025 and that means we’re always searching for methods to reduce waste.
Clean sweep at NZ Dairy Industry Awards
Fonterra farmers impressed at the New Zealand Dairy Industry Awards, winning all four 2021 main titles up for grabs, plus an NZDIA Lifetime Achievement Award.
Help your health with a dose of dairy
“There is a growing trend of people using dairy based supplements to enhance and maintain their health and wellbeing”, says Rachel Marshall, Global Technical Engagement Manager for Fonterra’s Sports and Active Lifestyle business unit.
NZMP Organic butter goes carbonzero™
North America is the first region to open up access to carbonzero certified NZMP™ Organic Butter.
3 game-changing technologies from Fonterra preserve milk quality from farm to home
Milk collection and cold chain infrastructure are often perceived as the most challenging link in the dairy farming supply chain.
NZ milk’s lowest carbon footprint confirmed by new report
A new analysis released today confirms New Zealand dairy farms have the lowest carbon footprint in the world.
Rewarding diversity at Fonterra's Research and Development Centre
Inclusivity and Innovation key to success. With more than 40 different ethnicities across a team of nearly 400 and 14 different languages spoken by our leaders across site alone, our team at the FRDC truly is a culturally diverse bunch.