Fonterra

Cautious approach for Fonterra urged

Cautious approach for Fonterra urged

With the first anniversary of Trading Among Farmers (TAF) approaching, Craigs Investment Partners broker Greg Easton believes investors are well served taking a cautious approach to Fonterra.

Learning from mistakes

Learning from mistakes

Fonterra has gone some way in reassuring the New Zealand public and its many overseas clients it has taken seriously a report released this week on its internal safety and monitoring systems.

New Fonterra contamination scare

New Fonterra contamination scare

Fonterra says the potential contamination of 14 milk tankers with mud and gravel is a "very minor incident" and its safety systems worked as intended.

Dairy recovery leads export growth

Exports leapt higher in September, led by a strong recovery in dairy exports following trade disruptions in August caused by the Fonterra contamination scandal.

$72 million upgrade to meet mozzarella demand

Fonterra is spending $72 million at its Clandeboye mozzarella plant to cater for a growing food service business.

Danone seeks full compensation from Fonterra

Danone seeks full compensation from Fonterra

French food giant Danone has confirmed it is seeking full compensation from Fonterra for damage caused to its business following the New Zealand dairy company's botulism scare.

Westland payout tops Fonterra

Westland Milk Products has trumped Fonterra by announcing a final payout of $6.34kg/ms before retentions for a ''tough'' 2012-13 season.

Milk price 'amazing'

Milk price 'amazing'

Fonterra's forecast farmgate milk price, which rose a further 50c yesterday, could be revised higher still, Westpac's chief economist Dominick Stephens said yesterday.

Fonterra result midweek

Fonterra will announce its full-year result on Wednesday.

Fonterra has big plans for China

Fonterra has big plans for China

Fonterra Co-operative Group has played down the implications of the whey contamination scare as it pushes ahead with a plan to double its milk production in China.

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