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Brexit, commodities force Arla Foods to launch cost-cutting plan European dairy giant Arla Foods has initiated an internal transformation program in an effort to realize more than €400m of savings by the end of 2020. Agri & Animal Products > Dairy & Soy Products > News

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Dairy Products

Brexit, commodities force Arla Foods to launch cost-cutting plan
By FBR Staff Writer
European dairy giant Arla Foods has initiated an internal transformation program in an effort to realize more than €400m of savings by the end of 2020.
Agri & Animal Products > Dairy & Soy Products > News
Rose Acre Farms recalls over 206 million eggs over Salmonella concerns
Indiana-based Rose Acre Farms has recalled over 206 million eggs in nine US states owing to potential contamination with Salmonella Braenderup after reports of 22 people falling sick upon consumption.
Agri & Animal Products > Dairy & Soy Products > News

Fruits & Vegetables

McCain Foods invests in Canadian agritech company TruLeaf
McCain Foods has made an undisclosed investment in TruLeaf Sustainable Agriculture, a Canadian agricultural technology company.
Agri & Animal Products > Fruits & Vegetables > News
Greenyard acquires 49% stake in Israel-based Mor International
Belgium-based Greenyard has acquired a 49% stake in Mor International for an undisclosed price with an option to become its majority owner in the future.
Agri & Animal Products > Fruits & Vegetables > News

Meat & Seafood

CPF buys 40% stake in Brazilian shrimp producer Camanor
Thailand food company Charoen Pokphand Foods (CPF) has acquired a 40% stake in Brazilian shrimp producer Camanor Produtos Marinhos for $17.5m.
Agri & Animal Products > Meat & Seafood > News
China lifts 18-year ban on Irish beef exports
By FBR Staff Writer
China has opened its markets to Irish beef exports, ending an 18-year ban that was imposed on Ireland following the outbreak of mad cow disease.
Agri & Animal Products > Meat & Seafood > News