Fonterra

Fonterra planning Indian pilot farm

Fonterra is making a second foray into a developing market, announcing plans to establish a pilot dairy farm in India.

Thumbs up for Fonterra performance

Thumbs up for Fonterra performance

Debate over a new capital structure at Fonterra has strengthened the co-operative at a time when competitors have eroded its market share to less than 90% of New Zealand's milk production, says the dairy giant's watchdog.

Fonterra sets processing record

Fonterra, the largest processor of milk in the world, has set a record for the most milk processed in a single day.

Nod for Fonterra to develop second dairy farm in China

Fonterra is to develop a second dairy farm in China which will house 3000 milking cows in addition to the more than 6000 it has on an existing property.

On track and smooth as milk

On track and smooth as milk

Fonterra's move to rail transport went without a hitch yesterday.

Fonterra eyes international growth after good year

Fonterra plans further international growth of its branded products business and to look at more acquisitions after a strong performance for the 2009-10 financial year.

Fonterra signals bonanza payout

Fonterra signals bonanza payout

Fonterra Co-operative Group Ltd has firmed up projections for a bonanza payout for the current dairy season of $7/kg-$7.10/kg -- representing a $9 billion boost to the economy -- with an unchanged forecast milk price of $6.60/kg.

Bomb scare at Fonterra HQ

Police are speaking to two Greenpeace protesters after employees were forced to evacuate Fonterra's headquarters in Auckland over a bomb scare this morning.

Fonterra in talks for farms in China

Fonterra has reiterated a hands-on policy for the supply of milk in China for manufacturing into its dairy products by announcing it was close to purchasing the lease of two farms near Beijing.

Fonterra maintains pay out

Fonterra maintains pay out

Fonterra is treading a cautious line, deciding to maintain its forecast payout for the coming season despite an expectation global prices will improve this season.

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