- Chocolate the Medusa touch. // Food Manufacture;Mar1998, Vol. 73 Issue 3, p56
Presents information on Dairy Crest Ingredients's product launch which is being trailed by a number of food companies. Identification of the product; Features of the product; How the product was made; Comments made by Paul Whitehead, head of Dairy Crest's research team.
- Dairy Crest restructure cuts top roles. // Marketing Week;10/16/1997, Vol. 20 Issue 29, p7
Reports on Dairy Crest's plan to dismiss two managing directors and a marketing director as part of a cost-cutting restructure. Plans to merge the liquids, spreads and cheese divisions into one centralized business.
- Jobs go as Dairy Crest reduces overheads. // Dairy Industries International;Jul94, Vol. 59 Issue 7, p9
Reports on Dairy Crest's plans to cut 600 jobs before December 1994. Reasons behind the job cuts; Flotation schedule; Other company plans.
- Open market shuts dairies. // Dairy Industries International;Dec94, Vol. 59 Issue 12, p6
Reports on the closure of Dairy Crest's creameries in Europe as a direct result of deregulation and higher milk prices. Affected factories; Reaction of local people; Number of jobs lost.
- Twin pack Cathedral City. // Dairy Industries International;Jul2012, Vol. 77 Issue 7, p10
The article offers brief information on the Cathedral City Twin Pack from Dairy Crest Group PLC.
- Harland Neptune speeds up labeling at Dairy Crest. // Food Manufacture;Feb2001, Vol. 76 Issue 2, p13
Reports the installation of three more Harland Neptune labellers by Dairy Crest. Solution to problems of removing waste due to high-speed labelling; Ability to cope with the high volume throughput.
- Results of rationalisation. // Dairy Industries International;Jan1996, Vol. 61 Issue 1, p6
Reports on the financial performance of Dairy Crest in the six months preceding September 1995. Operating profit; Reduction in turnover.
- Dairy Crest finally faces flotation. // Dairy Industries International;Jun96, Vol. 61 Issue 6, p6
Reports on the Residuary Milk Marketing Board's plan to float Dairy Crest, Great Britain's largest processor, on the London stock exchange in August 1996. Reason for the postponement of earlier plan to float Dairy Crest; Value of the company; Financial health.
- Farmers retain interest in Dairy Crest. // Dairy Industries International;Aug96, Vol. 61 Issue 8, p5
Reports on the plan of Dairy Crest to float its stocks on August 28, 1996 at the London Stock Exchange. Farmers' desire to take cash rather than shares for their stake in the company; Purpose of the flotation; Flotation bonuses to the company's five directors; Financial performance of Dairy Crest.