Fonterra trials world first in sustainable electricity storage
A new organic, low-cost, safe, sustainable and long-life battery being trialled by Fonterra, could support greater energy security and distributed electricity generation for New Zealand.
Fonterra launches wellbeing nutrition solutions brand
Fonterra is taking another step in implementing its strategy to be a leader in nutrition science and innovation with the launch of a new wellbeing solution brand, Nutiani.
Fonterra ramps up opportunities in complementary nutrition partnership
Fonterra and Royal DSM, a global purpose-led science-based leader in health and nutrition, are establishing a new start-up company to accelerate the development and commercialisation of fermentation-derived proteins with dairy-like properties.
Fonterra welcome Milk-E, New Zealand's first electric milk tanker
New Zealand’s first electric milk tanker, Milk-E, has been officially launched by the Minister for Energy and Resources, Hon. Dr Megan Woods, in Morrinsville.
Fonterra and VitaKey partner to enhance dairy's contribution to health and wellness
Combining innovation and nutrition with the goodness of natural New Zealand milk.
Looking to a future where it is likely that many foods will be more valued for their specific health benefits, Fonterra and VitaKey Inc. announced today a transformative dairy science collaboration to further unlock the benefits of Fonterra’s probiotic strains.
Fonterra’s Te Awamutu site moves to pellet power
Fonterra is taking another step forward in its commitment to renewable energy as it announces that its Te Awamutu site will be coal free next season.
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.
From plastic to posts
Fonterra has teamed up with Kiwi-owned start up, Future Post™, to turn milk bottles and other soft plastics into fence posts for kiwi farms.
Fonterra ‘matchmaking service’ set to transform work at the Co-op
Fonterra employees will be able to spend up to a third of their time on projects outside their day jobs in what is believed to be a New Zealand-first initiative.