Wellington

Our milk flows through the capital and into coffee cups across the region. Wellington, the home of government, is also home to many deserving Fonterra Grass Roots Fund recipients.

Meet the many in New Zealand

In Auckland they make the coffee, sell the cheese, store the goods, deliver the goods and keep the business humming to ensure our dairy can be loved around the world.

Meet the many in Auckland

In Auckland they make the coffee, sell the cheese, store the goods, deliver the goods and keep the business humming to ensure our dairy can be loved around the world.

Meet the many in Otago & Southland

From pasture to port, meet some of the many people in Otago & Southland who produce our milk and help deliver our world loved dairy across the globe.

Meet the many in Canterbury

In Canterbury meet some of the many who care for the cows and help deliver dairy goodness to the local community and the world.

Meet the many in Tasman & Nelson

Meet some of the many in Tasman & Nelson who support the farmers, build the plants, upgrade the plumbing and help produce the dairy goodness that’s loved around the world.

Meet the many in Wellington

Our dairy goes into making excellent flat whites served in the capital. Meet some of the many in Wellington who work with our dairy goodness – on land and at sea.

Meet the many in Taranaki

Meet a few of the many in Taranaki who equip our farmers, make great flat whites and keep plants running so we can deliver high quality diary to the world.

Meet the many in Bay of Plenty

The goodness of dairy is made by many in the Bay of Plenty. They keep the milk flowing, support farmers, care for cows, service the engines and keep our communities safe.

Meet the many in Waikato

They attend the tyres which turn the wheels of the tankers that collect the milk and deliver it to 11 plants across the Waikato - creating dairy goodness.

Meet the many in Northland

They keep the milk flowing, care for cows, support farmers and deliver goodness to the globe. Meet a few of the many Northlanders contributing to our world loved dairy.

Meet the many in Manawatu

In Manawatu we’re introducing you to some of the many people who help balance the books and innovate the future, ensuring our dairy is loved around the world.

November 19, 2017

Fonterra farmers are opening their gates and giving thousands of people from across New Zealand the chance to visit a farm, in what’s set to be one of the country’s biggest ever community open days.

November 16, 2017

Fonterra today launched an ambitious plan to help improve the quality of New Zealand’s waterways.

October 27, 2017

Featherston Rugby Club will be getting some new uniforms thanks to a grant from the Fonterra Grass Roots fund. 

October 18, 2017

New research has found evidence that one of Fonterra’s probiotics can help prevent or treat symptoms of postnatal depression. 

September 18, 2017

Nominations have opened for the 2018 Fonterra Dairy Woman of the Year award.

July 10, 2017

When a baby is suffering from a life-threatening illness, it can’t tell paramedics what’s wrong.

July 03, 2017

A recent Massey University study shows children drinking milk at school have greater increases in the size and strength of their bones and that Fonterra Milk for Schools has improved the proportion of children (12 per cent) achieving the recommended number of serves of dairy on weekdays.

May 10, 2017

The My Co-op app is quickly becoming the most popular source for farmers wanting the latest news and information about our Co-operative. More than 1250 news items have been posted on the app since it was launched.