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FrieslandCampina relaunches global ingredients company

14 May 2019 | News

This marks the company’s evolution to a unique position in value-added, healthy and functional ingredients and solutions

FrieslandCampina Ingredients, global ingredient manufacturers, introduces its new global segment organisation which incorporates its four individual operating companies DOMO, Kievit, DMV and Nutrifeed.

This marks the company’s evolution to a unique position in value-added, healthy and functional ingredients and solutions.

FrieslandCampina Ingredients provides advanced solutions to customer needs for nutritional, healthy and tasty food products, as one unified brand. While keeping dairy at its core, the company will explore the future growth potential in gut health offerings, protein benefits, and personalised nutrition.

The company remains an international organisation with five regional offices to serve customers worldwide and is led by Kathy Fortmann as the President of FrieslandCampina Ingredients.

Kathy Fortmann said, “The introduction of FrieslandCampina Ingredients builds on the company’s strong history, which started in 1871 when farmers joined forces in local cooperative dairy factories. Today, we join forces again under one shared commitment: all our market segments are now serving our customers with a unified offering in high-quality nutritional ingredients and solutions for a variety of industries, and for all stages of life.”

In the new FrieslandCampina Ingredients organisation, the former operating companies are transformed into four strategic segments: Early Life Nutrition, Adult Nutrition, Food & Beverages and Animal Nutrition.

The addition of clear segmentation strengthens the company’s position as an innovative partner and global player in ingredients.

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