At Fonterra, we believe there is so much goodness in milk that it's like a true superfood as a part of a balanced & varied diet.

Milk is a convenient source of essential nutrients and it contains key nutrients such as calcium, magnesium, riboflavin, vitamins B5 & B12.

Nutrients in dairy play an important role in growing and maintaining healthy bones, your immunity, the functioning of the nervous system, helping to prevent tiredness, maintaining healthy eyes and so much more.

We believe milk intake supports the quality of a person's diet because of its high nutrient content and high nutrient quality. Consumption of milk as a part of a balanced and varied diet helps people lead a healthy life.

 

Our farmer families have created dairy goodness the natural way for generations.


We know that if we care for the land, the land will care for us. And that commitment is carried in everything we create for people all around the world.

Pasture-fed dairying has a long history in New Zealand. Our cows are free to roam and graze on lush green grass, all year round, helping them live long, healthy lives. We are committed to nurturing and protecting our land. And our quality standards are world class.

That all adds up to one thing, that could only come from here - dairy that carries our promise of Trusted Goodness™.

Dairy Nutrition

Fonterra has 350 nutritionists, scientists, researchers, and engineers we employ at our world-class Research and Development Centre to make the best milk possible.

Read about the nutritional benefits of milk and our nutrition policy and guidelines.

Responsible marketing

We market our products responsibly, with particular care taken in marketing to vulnerable populations – for example, children. We are committed to promoting responsible consumption of our products at all life stages in line with dietary guidelines.

Cared for cows

We take care of our cows because they take care of us

Our farmer families put the wellbeing of our cows first, because there’s no farm without them. We believe that cared for cows produce the kind of dairy goodness that we're proud to feed to our own families and to the world.