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  • General Manager

    Arla Foods
    At Arla, we do so much more than make some of the world’s favourite dairy products. We make healthy taste delicious, mornings worth getting up for and family dinners unforgettable. Puck ® , Dano ® , Lurpak ® and Castello ® – names like these[...]
    Date Posted: 03 Feb 2015
  • Business Development Manager – Sub Saharan Africa (SSA)

    Arla Foods
    Our leaders strive to envision the future, engage the right people and deliver outstanding performance. Taking big steps without losing your footing, you need the confidence to naturally take the lead and the motivation to make fundamental decisions with both global and[...]
    Date Posted: 18 Dec 2014
  • Senior Finance Manager

    Arla Foods
    In order to support our ambitious growth in the Sub Saharan Africa (SSA) region, we are seeking a Senior Finance Manager to join our regional office in SSA and enter a newly established business unit with responsibility for the finance function. Initially, the role will[...]
    Date Posted: 11 Dec 2014
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  • About Arla Foods
  • Here at Arla we strive to be responsible and open-minded to your needs and ideas. We aim to make the most out of milk to help you make the most out of life – throughout life.

    A cooperative dairy company
    You may not know this, but Arla Foods is a cooperative owned by 13.500 dairy farmers. The cooperative ethos means we all work together to continuously create something stronger and better, for the benefit of our farmer owners. This principle has always been at the heart of everything we do and it is why we are still here today, and going strong, over 100 years after Arla first started.

    HISTORY
    Way back in the 1880’s, dairy farmers in Denmark and Sweden formed small cooperatives to invest in common dairy production facilities. By doing this they made efficient use of their milk and higher quality products. The earnings they made from their milk were equally split between the dairy farmers and together they built a good future for themselves and the next generation on their farm.
    Over the years, the cooperative idea proved increasingly attractive. Small farmer cooperatives merged and became stronger. They expanded from local to regional to national cooperatives. In 2000, the largest Danish dairy cooperative merged with its Swedish counterpart and Arla Foods, the first cross-border dairy cooperative, was formed.

    The cooperative idea also flourished in other countries and through recent mergers cooperative owners in the UK, the Netherlands, Germany, Belgium and Luxembourg have joined Arla Foods. And we will continue to grow stronger...

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