Fonterra

Dairy prices movement encouraging for Fonterra

Prices lifted 1.4% in this week's GlobalDairyTrade auction with an apparent convergence in product prices being cited as encouraging for Fonterra.

Bonds in China

Fonterra has raised 1.25 billion Chinese renminbi (about $NZ250 million) through a five-year ''dim sum'' bond issue, to strengthen and support its China business.

Recall views differ

Recall views differ

Federated Farmers believes Fonterra's recall of thousands of bottles of cream shows the dairy giant's quality assurance systems work - but Labour says questions will again be raised about New Zealand's food safety systems.

9000 bottles in Fonterra cream recall

9000 bottles in Fonterra cream recall

Dairy products are open to E.coli contamination because of the prevalence of the bacteria in animal waste, one disease expert says.

Fonterra challenges Danone lawsuit

Fonterra challenges Danone lawsuit

A long legal battle could ensue following French dairy giant Danone's decision to launch legal action against Fonterra over last year's botulism scare.

Fonterra to fight action by French food giant

Fonterra to fight action by French food giant

Fonterra will "vigorously defend"court action French food giant Danone is bringing against it in the wake of the botulism scare and says it is confident of its position.

A timely reminder

Fonterra dropped a bombshell last week when it announced its latest consideration on its farmgate milk price.

Fonterra slashes dividend two-thirds

Fonterra slashes dividend two-thirds

Fonterra has unexpectedly left its forecast milk price unchanged at $8.30 and slashed its dividend by 22c, due to what it describes as an ''extraordinary situation''.

Otago link highlighted in Fonterra book

Think Park Beede and basketball immediately springs to mind.

Fonterra must improve - CEO

Fonterra must improve - CEO

Fonterra has to lift its game in food safety and quality, and also sustainability, chief executive Theo Spierings says.

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