Gin Distillers turned Good Sorts
When two of our team from Fonterra’s Clandeboye site heard that there was a shortage of ‘liquid gold’ in their local community, they knew they had to do something about it.
Pitching in to protect mudfish
They may be tiny, slimy and reclusive, but the Canterbury mudfish are well worth protecting.
Turning on the technology tap to protect water
Twenty-one farms left reeling after the 2016 Kaikōura earthquake have recently been kitted out with some new technology - part of a programme designed to get their farms back to the same, if not better, state than they were before the big shake.
NxtGen Farming: making every drop matter
How much water is too much or not enough? Find out how Fonterra is using innovative technology to farm for the future by finding the irrigation sweet spot.
Summer nights under the stars teach Darfield kids valuable lessons
The Fonterra Grass Roots fund offers grants to community organisations around New Zealand. Some of the grant funding has gone to Darfield’s Scout group, who have been spending nights under the stars learning about leadership and teamwork.
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Over 111 people work at the third Clandeboye mozzarella plant. The plant churns out the highest supply of natural mozzarella in the Southern Hemisphere. Read more about the team's passion and dedication to producing high-quality dairy products.
New operators on board to meet rising global demand for cream cheese
The Darfield Site has added 16 new employees to operate its new cream cheese plants. Global cream cheese sales have increased 24% in the past year.
Outdoor Education Centre gets world class equipment
The Fonterra Grass Roots fund gives grant money to over 300 community organisations each year. One of these organisations is the Boyle River Outdoor Education Centre. With their grant money, the centre new radios and GPS tracking devices to keep students and community groups safe.
Stirling Silverstream Effort
A 25-strong team of staff from Fonterra, Canterbury Waterway Rehabilitation Experiment (CAREX), Department of Conservation, Selwyn District Council, Environment Canterbury (ECan) and Wai-ora Forest Landscapes recently pitched in to help one of our Fonterra farmers plant around 400 plants along a spring on his farm.