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ORNUA CO OPERATIVE LIMITED

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ORNUA CO OPERATIVE LIMITED
Grattan House 2
Mount Street Lower, Dublin 2
Ireland
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Ornua is an Irish agri-food co-operative, which markets and sells dairy on behalf of its members: Irish dairy farmers and dairy processors. The co-operative is Ireland’s largest exporter of Irish dairy products, it operates under two divisions Ornua Foods & Ornua Ingredients. Ornua Foods is responsible for the global marketing and sales of Ornua’s consumer brands including the iconic Kerrygold brand. Ornua Ingredients is responsible for the procurement of Irish and non-Irish dairy products and for the sale of dairy ingredients to food manufacturers and foodservice customers across the world.

The IDB supply a range of milk powders with a variety of nutritional values and shelf lives to suit any manufacturer, including: butter milk powder 11.1%, butter milk powder 6%, fat filled butter milk powder, instant fat filled milk powder, instant skim milk powder, skim milk powder, spray dried full cream milk powder - 26% and spray dried full cream milk powder - 26% & 28% Instant.

They also specialize in a variety of whey powder varieties: demineralised whey powder, deproteinised whey powder, whey powder (acid casein), whey powder (cheese) and whey protein concentrate 35.

Milk proteins: acid casein, calcium caseinate, rennet casein, sodium caseinate.

Butter products: anhydrous milkfat - Butteroil, Irish creamery butter - salted sweet cream, Irish creamery butter - unsalted lactic, Irish creamery butter - unsalted sweet cream, whey butter – salted and whey butter – unsalted

Cheese: Blarney, Cagliata, Carlow, Cheddar, Cream Cheese, Dubliner Cheese and Emmental



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