Arla Foods acquires Yeo Valley Diaries to expand milk, butter and cheese market

UK - Arla Foods Limited, an international dairy cooperative, will acquire Yeo Valley Dairies Limited, a subsidiary of the Yeo Valley Group Limited to expand milk, butter, spreads and cheese brands. According to the company, this transaction will give the farmer-owned dairy cooperative the rights to use the Yeo Valley brand in milk, butter, spreads…

Fonterra to double butter output at Edgecumbe to meet Chinese demand for ‘muddy buns’

CHINA – Fonterra, a multinational dairy co-operative, is set to double up its butter output at Edgecumbe to meet the increasing demand for Chinese ‘muddy buns’ which is  a growing trend. According to the company, ‘Muddy Buns, Dirty Dirty Bread, or Zang Zang Bao’ as they’re known in China, are creating a social media frenzy…

Muller launches into UK spreadable market with its first branded butter spread

UK - Muller UK and Ireland has entered the UK spreads market with the introduction of its first ever branded butter spread, launched exclusively in Tesco on 21 May. The launch of the Official Spreadable of British Athletics boosts its butter category including salted, unsalted and lactic butter which it supplies to both the domestic…

Arla Foods butter brand expands with launch of Lurpak Softest

UK - Arla Foods, a global dairy company and co-operative, has expanded its number one butter brand to Lurpak Softest; a new soft blend butter that is spreadable straight from the fridge. Lurpak is UK’s number one butter brand, which has now combined the great taste that Lurpak is renowned for with the softest, most…

Consumers take to consuming more natural fat, butter makers hit jackpot

WORLD - Consumers aren’t just eating more butter, they are willing to pay more for it, a boon that’s giving outsize gains to makers of premium brands. Global retail butter sales will expand 2.9 percent to $19.4 billion in 2018, outpacing the 1.9 percent growth in sales volumes, according to Euromonitor International. The trend is fanning…

Dairy leads Nigerian food sector with N347bn revenue

NIGERIA – The dairy sector has emerged the second largest segment in the food and beverage industry in Nigeria with estimated revenue of N347 billion in 2013 and an estimated compounded annual growth rate (CAGR) of 8 per cent over the last three years.

Dairy leads Nigerian food sector with N347bn revenue

NIGERIA – The dairy sector has emerged the second largest segment in the food and beverage industry in Nigeria with estimated revenue of N347 billion in 2013 and an estimated compounded annual growth rate (CAGR) of 8 per cent over the last three years.

Dairy leads Nigerian food sector with N347bn revenue

NIGERIA – The dairy sector has emerged the second largest segment in the food and beverage industry in Nigeria with estimated revenue of N347 billion in 2013 and an estimated compounded annual growth rate (CAGR) of 8 per cent over the last three years.

Sameer Agriculture and Livestock, Kenya

The Dairy sector in East Africa is one of the fastest growing in Africa. None of the dairies in the region reflects this fact more than Sameer Agriculture & Livestock Ltd (SALL), Kenya. In a period of a few years since they acquired a small outfit, Adarsh Developers, their DAIMA brand has grown to be one of the leading brands in Kenya. But there is more to DAIMA than milk . . . .