About

Fonterra is a global dairy nutrition company owned by 10,000 farmers and their families. Read about our company and about our farmers and markets.

explore this section

Investors

Are you an investor with Fonterra? Read about our current performance with our financial results, or find information on our dividend programme.

explore this section

Corporate

All Stories

March 15, 2019

Global recognition for Fonterra Sustainability Report

Fonterra is a finalist in the prestigious CR Reporting Awards 2019, which recognise the very best in corporate reporting worldwide.

Read more

January 16, 2019

Could a business mentorship be the key to your 2019 success?

Michele shares a few tips on how a business mentor could help your business, and what he’s gained from his mentoring experience.

Read more

November 20, 2018

Building our reputation by opening our gates

Our Open Gates event saw 16 of our farmers open the gates of their dairy farms to more than 8,400 Kiwis throughout New Zealand. Fonterra’s Director of Brand Jillian Laing explains the rationale behind the event and the challenge in building corporate reputation.

Read more

July 23, 2018

Taking New Zealand milk to the world and bringing the value back to New Zealand

Ninety-five per cent of Fonterra’s products are exported but the value comes back to New Zealand and our regional communities. 

Read more

April 11, 2018

Collaborating for the future at the 10th Fonterra Recycling Forum

Caring for the environment isn’t something that can be done independently – nutrition, the community and the environment are all interlinked. Solutions require both innovation and collaboration, and an eye on the bigger picture.

Read more

May 15, 2017

The facts - Australian milk price announcement

On 10 May 2017, Fonterra Australia announced its forecast full year farmgate milk price of $5.30 to $5.70 per kilogram of milk solids (kgMS) for season 2017/18, and that it would make an additional payment of 40 cents per kgMS in response to Murray Goulburn’s recent announcements and its decision to forgive its Milk Supply Support Package. 

Read more