At last we see Fonterra shareholders asking questions about its supposed watchdog, the shareholders council.
Farmers are happy with the appointment of Fraser Whineray to Fonterra’s newly created role of chief operating officer.
The needs for animal protein in discussions on future nutritious and sustainable food systems seems to be missing from much of the rhetoric, says Jeremy Hill, Fonterra’s chief scientist and technology officer.
A group of Fonterra farmers want an independent review of the Fonterra shareholders council following the co-op’s financial debacle.
A candidate for the upcoming Fonterra board election says the co-op needs to get farmers back on board and regain their trust.
Farmers are flabbergasted to learn that Fonterra borrowed money to pay dividends over the last few years.
Waikato milk processor Tatua has announced a final payout of $8.50/kgMS for last season, beating all other processors including Fonterra.
Fonterra chief executive Miles Hurrell is introducing a new “customer led operating model” as part of the co-op’s new strategy.