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Royal A-ware wants to increase biodiversity with bee hives

In the coming months, Royal A-ware will have bee hives placed (in cooperation with Liquid Nature) at some of our A-ware locations and dairy farmers. Today, the first bees were placed at Bouter Cheese in Culemborg.
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Royal A-ware starts second milk stream in Belgium: pasture milk

From June 1, 2022, Royal A-ware will start a second milk stream in Belgium. In addition to conventional milk, the dairy processor will also collect pasture milk. In the start-up phase, a limited number of dairy farmers will be able to supply pasture milk to A-ware. This will be gradually expanded in the coming period. For the supply of pasture milk, the needs of Stichting Weidegang will be used. MCC Vlaanderen will be appointed to supervise this.
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Family-owned companies Olympia and Royal A-ware join forces

Intended acquisition of shares by Royal A-ware Family-owned dairy companies Olympia and Royal A-ware are to enter into a far-reaching collaboration, with Royal A-ware taking over Olympia's shares. Olympia will become part of the Royal A-ware group. The families behind the dairy companies have reached an agreement on this and submitted their intention to the Belgian Competition Authority (BMA) for approval. Existing agreements and conditions for Olympia employees and suppliers will of course be respected.  
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Royal A-ware reaches agreement with curator Hollebeekhoeve

Taking over facilities, preserving jobs. On Tuesday, March 15, the court in Ghent declared the bankruptcy of Hollebeekhoeve in Kruibeke (BE). Royal A-ware has reached an agreement with the trustee concerning the takeover of the facilities. The affected employees will be offered the opportunity to join A-ware.
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Oscar Meuffels starts at Royal A-ware

On February 1st, Oscar Meuffels started at Royal A-ware as Director Public Affairs & Corporate Social Responsibility. In this role, he will be engaged in the external advocacy of Royal A-ware and further develop a concrete and distinctive CSR policy for the company. Oscar is no stranger to the dairy sector. Before joining Royal A-ware, Oscar was director of the Nederlandse Zuivel Organisatie (NZO).
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