A former Fonterra director says the co-op will do well in India “provided it’s prepared to play the long game”.
Fonterra's re-entry into the lucrative Indian market comes after years of homework, claims Fonterra India/Sri Lanka managing director Sunil Sethi.
A Taranaki family have proved that profitable dairying and paying special attention to the environment aren’t incompatible.
Fonterra has pulled the plug on another investment overseas as the co-op continues to rebuild its balance sheet.
Fonterra says there has been really positive feedback to the inaugural June round of a new Fixed Milk Price scheme designed to give farmers more certainty around their income.