Fonterra launches wellbeing nutrition solutions brand
Fonterra is taking another step in implementing its strategy to be a leader in nutrition science and innovation with the launch of a new wellbeing solution brand, Nutiani.
Over the years, our Co-op has earned a reputation as a world leader in dairy nutrition and product development.
Advancing our Active Living Business
The way people manage their health and wellness is being revolutionised, and we’re seeing this trend growing more prominently due to COVID-19. Consumers are rethinking what it means to age well, are being proactive with their health and taking a holistic perspective on their wellbeing. This has given rise to a range of consumer solutions targeting specific health and wellness needs, which Fonterra is well placed to take advantage of.
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Where is milk produced?
The nutrients in milk play an important role in growing and maintaining healthy bones, your immunity, the functioning of your nervous system, helping to prevent tiredness, maintaining healthy eyes, and so much more.
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.
What milk can dogs and cats drink?
Giving them a treat is something most of us admit to doing. But how do we know if it’s good for our pampered pals?
Dairy still the most nutritious option
Research looks at what milk is best for you. Fonterra Chief Science and Technology Officer, Jeremy Hill believes cow’s milk is one of the most nutritious options available to consumers.
Grass Fed All The Way
Where milk comes from plays a part in what milk is best for you. Evidence continues to mount in favour of dairy products being an exceptional source of valuable nutrients.