New Zealand, a country of 4.7 million, produces enough food for 50 million people. But with 9 billion mouths to feed by 2050, the world needs to produce more nutrition – 30% more.
Fonterra is leading the industry in some areas of sustainability, says chief executive Miles Hurrell.
Fifty dairy farmers — mostly Fonterra shareholders – and others met recently in Morrinsville to discuss DIRA’s role in milk production in 2018.
OPINON: Fonterra doesn't have the capital to take Tip Top to its next phase, so selling it now may be beneficial for the co-op's farmers.
Persistently strong global milk supply forced Fonterra to cut its milk price forecast last week by about 20-25 cents.
Fonterra will appoint a third “unknown candidate” in the second director election if neither John Nicholls or Jamie Tuuta succeeds, says Fonterra board aspirant John Nicholls.
Your canine crusader hears that Fonterra’s current financial woes could see the dairy co-op dumping many of its key assets.