Did you know?... 9 April, 2019
Published on Apr 9 2019 12:09 PM
Did you know?... In 2018 Aurivo processed 430 million litres of milk into milk powders, butter and fresh consumer products. The group’s Enriched Milk powder is distributed to 50 countries globally, with Nigeria currently its largest market. This year some of the Aurivo team travelled to Lagos, Nigeria to further develop sales of our products in this market.
Did you know?... The creators of Bio-Oil, one of the world’s best-selling scar and stretch mark oil, has launched its first new product in over 30 years, Bio-Oil Dry Skin Gel. Specifically created to tackle dry, dehydrated skin, the breakthrough gel to oil formula is the result of sixteen years of research and development, and offers a highly effective and economical solution to dry skin.
Did you know?... Cadbury and Heinz have teamed up to launch a Creame Egg mayonnaise in the UK. The two companies announced the move recently but many assumed it was an April Fool’s joke, and the sauce has been sent to news outlets where they have been able to try the curious combination.
Did you know?... Following the successful achievement of its 2010-2020 environmental objectives, Pernod Ricard will launch its Sustainability and Responsibility 2030 roadmap as part of its new Transform and Accelerate strategic business plan. The drinks giant will unveil its new strategy at the historic Martell distillery in Cognac vineyards, France, on Wednesday 3 April. The group said that its new roadmap will cover every aspect of Pernod Ricard’s business and support the 17 United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.
Did you know?... Two of Diageo’s iconic spirit brands – Johnnie Walker and Tanqueray - have been recognised in the annual list of Great British Brands for 2019. Great British Brands is an annual list that uniquely showcases 150 of the greatest names in British luxury; those that are held in the highest regard for their impact and influence both in the UK and around the globe.
Did you know?... The Women's Prize for Fiction at the Baileys Book Bar will host a series of inspiring and thought-provoking events, celebrating the best of writing by women. Opening its doors for four days, from Tuesday 30th April, the Baileys Book Bar will host a series of events intended both to mark the announcement of the 2019 Women’s Prize for Fiction shortlist and to celebrate the very best writing by women.