Fonterra targets community support where it's needed most
Fonterra is taking a new approach to how it provides nutrition to communities, to better reach those most in need across New Zealand.
Heavy lifting in Sports and Active Lifestyle pays off
Today Mars has signed an agreement to purchase a majority shareholding in German targeted nutrition business, foodspring and, as part of this transaction, Fonterra has sold its interest in foodspring’s parent Goodminton A.G, and will realise a gain on sale of $64 million.
Fonterra to explore opportunities in complementary nutrition
Fonterra has taken a stake in Motif Ingredients, a US-based food ingredients company that develops and commercialises bio-engineered animal and food ingredients.
Fonterra releases its Sustainability Report 2018
Fonterra is pleased to share its second annual Sustainability Report covering how the Co-operative is progressing towards its environmental, social and economic goals.
Anchor Protein+ a new twist on flavoured milk
Anchor Protein+ flavoured milk will hit New Zealand shelves next week, the first time Kiwis have been able to buy a product of its kind in local stores.
Kiwis now have more choice with a2 Milk™ brought to you by Anchor
Anchor announces addition of the a2 Milk™ brand by Anchor to its milk portfolio.
Creative tea and coffee trends good news for NZ dairy
It’s tea, but not as you know it. Right now people are adding more than just milk and sugar to their cuppa’s and Fonterra is set to meet the demand for adventurous tea and coffee drinks around the world.
Fonterra joins international drive to prevent malnutrition in the elderly
In a quest to find solutions to the growing issue of malnourishment in older people, Fonterra has joined with 24 scientific and nutritional organisations in a major international project. Older people in many countries, including New Zealand, are at higher risk of health issues because of poor nutrition.
It's world milk day!
Today is World Milk Day, a day created by the United Nations to recognise the importance of milk as a global food. It’s also a good day to reflect on both the nutritional and economic value our New Zealand dairy farmers are creating every day.