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Fonterra Says NZ Milk Collection For Season Ended 31 May Down 0.4%
Fonterra Says Peter Mcbride Selected As Co-Operative's Chairman-Elect
Fonterra Introduces Co-Operative Difference Payment Of Up To 10 Cents/Kg Of Milk Solids
Fonterra Co-operative Group Limited is a co-operative company operating in the international dairy industry. It is involved in the collection, manufacture and sale of milk and milk-derived products and in fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG) and foodservice businesses. It operates through five segments: Global Ingredients and Operations (GIO), Oceania, Asia, Greater China and Latin America. GIO processes and distributes milk, sells and markets milk products. Oceania includes FMCG businesses in New Zealand and all FMCG and ingredients businesses in Australia. Asia includes FMCG and foodservice businesses in Asia, Africa and the Middle East. Greater China includes FMCG, foodservice and farming businesses in Greater China. Latin America includes FMCG and ingredients businesses in South America and the Caribbean. The Company supplies dairy ingredients to food companies, branded dairy products to consumers, and out-of-home foodservice to food professionals in bakeries and restaurants.
109 Fanshawe Street
John Anthony Monaghan
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Interim Chief Executive Officer - Fonterra Greater China
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Fonterra Co-Operative Group Ltd has selected Peter McBride as its chairman-elect, the world's largest diary exporter said on Friday.
Fonterra Co-Operative Group Ltd will incentivise sustainably produced dairy by paying farmers more for such products, the world's largest dairy exporter said on Tuesday.
Fonterra Co-Operative Group Ltd will pay farmers more for sustainably produced dairy products, the world's largest dairy exporter said on Tuesday.
Fonterra Co-operative Group Ltd stood by its forecast milk payment to farmers for the 2019-2020 season, but urged them to exercise caution with on-farm decisions due to coronavirus-led uncertainty.
Global dairy prices and volumes dropped for a second time in a row at an auction on Thursday, as prices fell across almost all products.
Global dairy prices surged again in the second auction of 2020 on Wednesday, as prices increased across almost all products, with dry weather in the coming months seen as putting further upward pressure.
Global dairy prices jumped at the first auction of the year on Wednesday as low supply supported a surge across all products.
Dairy behemoth Fonterra Co-Operative Group Ltd on Thursday raised its forecast milk payment to farmers for the 2019-2020 season due to recovering global dairy prices.
Global dairy prices slipped for the first time in three months in an auction held early on Wednesday as demand for milk fat products waned.
Global dairy prices rose for the fifth time in a row at a fortnightly auction held early on Wednesday as constrained global supply provided support.
Global dairy prices surged 3.7% at a fortnightly auction held early on Wednesday, boosted by constrained global supply and New Zealand production.
Fonterra Co-Operative Group Ltd , the world's biggest dairy exporter, said on Wednesday that it will make organisational changes but it was too early to say how many jobs may be affected as it shifts focus back home to New Zealand.
Global dairy prices edged lower at an auction early on Wednesday as prices declined for whole milk powder, the most widely traded item.
* MAINTAINS CURRENT 2019/2020 FARMGATE MILK PRICE FORECAST RANGE OF NZ$6.25 TO NZ$7.25 PER KGMS
* Impact of trade wars on Chinese demand a risk - analyst (Re-casts, adds analyst comment, market reaction)
* Risks to demand due to U.S.-China trade conflict -analyst (Recasts, adds market reaction, analyst comment)
Global dairy prices rose, ending a two-month falling streak, in an auction held early on Wednesday, supported by strong demand for milk powder from Asia and the Middle East.
* CFO says no new developments behind stock hitting record lows
Global dairy prices dropped for a fourth consecutive time at a fortnightly auction held early on Wednesday, as volume of the products increased.
International milk prices fell while volumes increasedin this month’s first Global Dairy Trade auction held by GDT Events.
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