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Manufacturing agreement between Friesland and DMK

Royal FrieslandCampina NV and DMK Group signed a contract manufacturing agreement for the production of mozzarella cheese. The agreement will come into effect in 2019.

FrieslandCampina’s role in the agreement is to bring in milk supplied by its members, know-how and recipes, and to market the mozzarella cheese, while DMK provides production facilities and expertise.
For this purpose, DMK plans to further modernise and expand the Georgsmarienhütte location in Germany to facilitate optimal mozzarella production for FrieslandCampina.

FrieslandCampina finalizes second acquisition in the USA

The Dutch Royal FrieslandCampina N.V., a global dairy company, acquires the activities of Best Cheese Corporation USA., importer and vendor of specialty cheeses in the United States. Together with the acquisition of Jana Foods, announced earlier this month, this agreement will further strengthen FrieslandCampina’s position on the American consumer market.

FrieslandCampina acquires cheese importer Jana Foods in the United States

The Dutch Royal FrieslandCampina N.V., a global dairy company, announces the acquisition of US based importer and distributor Jana Foods.

Jana Foods imports and markets FrieslandCampina’s Dutch cheese in the United States, along with other fine cheeses from the UK, Denmark, Australia, Ireland and other countries. The company has been an important strategic partner of FrieslandCampina in the United States for many years.

FrieslandCampina expands its cheese activities

Royal FrieslandCampina N.V. takes over activities of Best Cheese Holland, including its brands Parrano and Tjiezi. With this step FrieslandCampina Consumer Dairy wants to respond stronger to the consumer need to use more cheese in cooking and the growing demand for dairy snacks as dippers.

The Parrano brand is famous for its cheese flakes, grated cheese and powder cheese in Italian style and is sold by major Dutch retailers. Parrano is one of the fastest growing consumer brands in this segment. With the acquisition of dairy dipper activities, including Tjiezi, FrieslandCampina capitalises on the growing need for dairy snacks in, among others, Europe, Asia and North America. The dippers are sold by retailers and international discounters. The acquired activities will be integrated in FrieslandCampina Consumer Dairy with effect from 15 September 2018.

FrieslandCampina Ingredients first associate member Medical Nutrition International Industry

The Medical Nutrition International Industry (MNI) association sees FrieslandCampina Ingredients as a key player in the value chain of medical nutrition products, and therefore, selected it as the first company to become an associate member. The MNI has the goal to provide better care through better nutrition, across all ages and healthcare settings. One of its strategies is to partner with relevant organisations who contribute to good nutritional care.

FrieslandCampina invests €100 million in China

Dutch global dairy giant Royal FrieslandCampina plans to invest €100 million in the China market this year, its CEO Hein Schumacher said in Beijing.

The investment will be used to expand the production and sales channels of Friso, the company’s high-end infant and toddler formula brand, and further expand its sales in smaller Chinese cities, as it projected that about 50 per cent of the future growth in China will come from third to sixth-tier cities, according to the company.

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FrieslandCampina closes Gütersloh plant

The closing of the site in German Gütersloh is a consequence of overcapacities in the highly fragmented German market and of years of loss-making production of private label desserts that make up the major part of the Gütersloh volumes. This category will be discontinued, while other product lines will be transferred to the plants in Cologne, Heilbronn and Maasdam in the Netherlands. Gütersloh processes German milk. The planned closure of production in Gütersloh is scheduled for March 2019. 231 employees will be affected by it.

FrieslandCampina profit up to 162 M€

The revenue of Royal FrieslandCampina N.V. increased by 10.7 percent to 6.1 billion euros over the first half-year 2017. Profit increased by 1.3 percent to 162 million euros. Revenue increased due to an increase in sales prices and the acquisition of Engro Foods in Pakistan. The pro forma milk price for member dairy farmers increased by 26.9 percent to 38.37 euros per 100 kilos of milk.

FrieslandCampina strengthens partnership with Facebook

FrieslandCampina and Facebook announce the signing of their letter of intent for a partnership, expanding their collaboration in exploring close, personal and relevant connections with families and farmers around the world through mobile.

Roelof Joosten, CEO FrieslandCampina and Gary Briggs, CMO of Facebook, signed the agreement expanding the collaboration over the next years. This marks an important milestone for FrieslandCampina in deploying the further potential of mobile platforms in connecting and interacting with consumers around the world on nutrition information, dairy products and the world of Dutch dairy farmers. For Facebook, this collaboration underlines the value and business impact for international nutrition multi- brand companies, like FrieslandCampina, of understanding relevant, personal and engaging connections on a global scale.

FrieslandCampina and Wageningen University 3D print protein-rich, dairy-based foods

Researchers from the Laboratory of Food Process Engineering at Wageningen University in the Netherlands, in collaboration with FrieslandCampina, are researching and developing methods for 3D printing protein-rich foods using sodium caseinate, a high-quality protein found in mammalian milk.

3D food printing is a particularly interesting and important area within the 3D printing industry as a whole. It is interesting because the technology behind 3D food printing allows for unique flavor combinations and enhanced food presentations that were previously impossible to achieve in even the most advanced culinary institutions. At the same time, the science of 3D food printing could be an important key in addressing pressing issues such as sustainability, food waste, and malnutrition across the world.

Wageningen’s research into 3D printing protein-rich foods falls into the second category. The research, part of a collaboration between Wageningen University and FrieslandCampina, the world’s largest dairy cooperative, aims to develop FDM 3D printed protein-rich foods that are both tasty and nutritious, delivering essential, high-quality protein nutrients while eliminating food waste.

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