Edgecumbe Site Turns 100
Surviving an earthquake and two major floods have made hitting the 100-year milestone all that sweeter for our Edgecumbe site.
Fonterra boosts support for Trees for Survival
Following last year’s success, we’re ramping up our support for Trees for Survival, to provide seedlings and resources to 22 schools so students can plant native trees.
Learn what Matariki means to our whānau
‘Mānawatia a Matariki – Celebrate Matariki’ – a special time here in Aotearoa New Zealand as we learn more about the Matariki star cluster, reflect on the past and celebrate, feast and be with whānau and friends for what’s to come – wherever they are across the globe.
Fonterra gets behind on-farm health and safety initiative
We’re joining with other organisations across New Zealand’s agricultural sector to get behind a new initiative aimed at ensuring better health and safety outcomes for farming communities.
National Volunteer Week
It is National Volunteer Week here in New Zealand. The week, which was founded by Volunteering New Zealand, honours and celebrates the collective efforts of volunteers in Aotearoa.
Meals made with love for Te Aroha
Volunteers from Te Aroha college, Fonterra and Ngāti Tumutumu Trust gathered at Tui Pā marae for a community cooking session.
Taranaki farmer named 2023 Fonterra Dairy Woman of the Year
Taranaki farmer Donna Cram has been announced as the 2023 Fonterra Dairy Woman of the Year.
Celebrating 50 years of Fonterra Whareroa
Five minutes south of Hāwera, with Mount Taranaki gleaming in the distance, our dairy factory has stood as a landmark in Whareroa for 50 years. Last month over 350 people – including alumni, families, and local shareholders, joined the team at our Whareroa site to celebrate the milestone.
Supporting our farmers and communities after Cyclone Gabrielle
For many of our farmers and communities in the North Island of New Zealand, the impact of Cyclone Gabrielle has been significant and widespread.