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Arla Foods Plans Expansion in Scotland
Thursday, January 05, 2012 (863 reads)

Arla is aiming to increase production capacity by almost 40 percent at its Lockerbie dairy, which will enable the company to meet growing demand from customers. The new depot will have the capacity to deliver both fresh milk products direct to store for the business, and also other products for own and third party customers through Arla’s pallet network.

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Fonterra No Longer Shipping from the Port of Auckland
Thursday, January 05, 2012 (983 reads)

Dairy giant Fonterra, the country's biggest exporter, has quit trading from Ports of Auckland as strikes by Maritime Union member workers continue. Port of Tauranga and Port of Napier will share the load, picking up Fonterra's $27 million weekly trading, from the end of January until further notice.

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Chinese Retail Dairy Prices on the Rise
Thursday, January 05, 2012 (848 reads)

Major Chinese dairy operators have raised the prices of some of their products, citing higher raw material costs, even as the industry struggles to restore consumer confidence after a series of scandals.

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Dairy Production Up in India
Thursday, January 05, 2012 (1046 reads)

Dairy companies in India are reporting procurement gains of between 10% and 15%, but said they do not plan to lower retail prices, even though some have lowered the prices paid to farmers. "Owing to a good procurement price and marketing, we have seen an all-time rise in milk procurement this flush season," said an official with the Gujarat Cooperative Milk Marketing Federation, which markets milk under the Amul brand.

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