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Arla Milk and Cheese Launch in the Philippines

Arla Foods, the world's largest farmer-owned dairy company recently introduced its dairy products to the Philippine market. Included in the launch are milk, cheese, and cream cheese.


The secret to Arla's natural goodness is the fact that the company believes in producing quality hormone-free milk. Arla is also known for implementing strict hygiene that makes consumer safe from the prducts.


Since Arla is farmer-owned, "that means we govern the whole value chain- from raw milk, to the transportation, and product facilities. We have 100% control of raw material we use," says Jens Christian Krog, Arla Foods Senior General Manager for Philippines, Vietnam & Thailand. "We find that simple isn't necessarily easy. Creating great natural-tasting products takes innovation and skill- but not many ingredients. Arla is known for going that extra mile."






Chef Gino Gonzales uses Arla milk and cheese products in his recipes. He believes in using top quality ingredients for his dishes. As for Ms. Stephanie Zubiri-Crespi, she is keen on feeding healthy food for her child and since she is a frequent traveler to Europe, she is already familiar with Arla Foods and the high standard of quality Arla Food offers to its consumers.



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  1. Hi Mommy Edel, can I grab your group photo of us? :)

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