OPINION: Fake milk works for some. Fashionable Swedish alt-milk brand Oatly is seeking a US stock market listing that could value the business at as much as NZ$13 billion.
If you think labour shortage on New Zealand dairy farms is unique to our country, then think again.
OPINION: Nitrates from dairy farms have long been suspected of polluting waterways around New Zealand, now they could be "killing" people, according to Greenpeace.
Remember that Meadow Fresh commercial where a little girl rides her bike to buy a gallon of milk from the local dairy?
OPINION: It's been a bad week for Fonterra.
OPINION: Immune system support and disease prevention are top of mind for Americans stuck at home during Covid lockdowns and in a cycle of inactivity – led by excess time in front of computer, smartphone and television screens.
OPINION: Last week's announcement by the Government that it would replace the Resource Management Act (RMA) with new legislation has raised the hopes of anti-dairying lobbyists like Greenpeace.
OPINION: Greenpeace continues to use flawed arguments to advance its crusade against our dairy industry.
European plant-based milk brands are spearheading a campaign to overturn new proposed EU rules that could have dire consequences for vegan food companies.
Remember Shane Ardern driving his tractor up the Beehive steps in Wellington 17 years ago?
ONE OF the world’s largest dairy companies is facing a minor shareholder revolt.
OPINION: The recent signing of a revamped free trade agreement (FTA) between New Zealand and China has been noticed across the ditch.
India now has its own cow dung paint, a world-first.
A Queensland-based company is set to release its own production of milk this year that stays fresh for at least 60 days.
A North Canterbury cow sanctuary that was investigated by Ministry of Primary Industries for alleged animal welfare breaches has folded.
Australia's 'Coon Cheese' has been renamed after critics called the brand name racist.
OPINION: After years of fighting over farming, freshwater and sustainability Federated Farmers and Fish & Game are trying to kiss and make up.
OPINION: Fears of a summer without a daily swim have been doused in Tangiteroria, near Whangarei, after Fonterra Kauri filled the community pool as a donation.
OPINION: Some leaders in the New Zealand dairy industry will be keeping an anxious watch on the growing spat between China and Australia.
OPINION: Last week, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern declared a “climate emergency” in Parliament.
OPINION: Publisher Stuff and lobby group Federated Farmers both like to preach about their respective high-minded virtues – Stuff, about “funding journalism”, Feds about “supporting our farming communities”.
OPINION: Fonterra has quietly offloaded its 50% stake in Agrifeeds, a major importer of palm kernel expeller into New Zealand.
OPINION: Still with Greenpeace, the organisation’s push for a price on agricultural greenhouse gas emissions is gaining momentum since the swearing in of the new Labour Government.
OPINION: The company that makes dairy products under “The Collective” brand, and which copped a nearly $500,000 fine for failing to report positive listeria results, is turning to plant-based products as it makes a comeback.