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The acquisition is the latest in a series of investments by the company, which is targeting new routes to market for Irish dairy products

Ornua, formerly the Irish Dairy Board, has acquired the Shanghai-based manufacturer Ambrosia Dairy for an undisclosed sum. The group also announced (...)

Ornua is responsible for about 60 per cent of Ireland’s dairy exports to over 110 countries.

Ornua, formerly the Irish Dairy Board, has sold a majority stake in its US speciality foods distribution business DPI for an undisclosed sum. Califor(...)

Ornua, formerly the Irish Dairy Board, is hoping to hit €3 billion in sales in the post-milk quota era on the back of strong demand for new powdered p(...)

The laws of capitalism that we like to embrace so warmly dictate that being a winner in business usually means turning somebody else into a loser – my(...)

Irish Dairy Board chief executive Kevin Lane said Germany has been the most successful export market for the board, with Kerrygold turnover there surpassing €280 million this year. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

The Irish Dairy Board will invest €10.5 million in new facilities in Dusseldorf to support growth of the Kerrygold brand in Germany. The capital expen(...)

Selling a premium product so successfully to price-conscious German consumers is quite an achievement for Kerrygold, but butter in Germany has always been more than just a spread

When The Irish Times asked Germans what they associated with Ireland last year, just 3 per cent mentioned the euro crisis while 11 per cent mentioned (...)

Senators will today break for the summer. A referendum is to be held on the abolition of the upper House on Friday, October 4th. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

As Senators head off for the summer recess they have been urged to include a significant tome in their holiday luggage.Fianna Fáil’s Mary White said E(...)

For its new online campaign targeting the export market, Kerrygold has gone back to its roots – literally.It’s all about Irish grass and the first of (...)

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