My kids and I were lucky enough to receive some exciting items to host our own ‘Arla Explorers Party’ from ‘Come Round UK.’
WHAT IS ARLA?
Today this company has farmer owners in seven countries across Europe.
Arla foods dates back to the 1880s to when dairy farmers in Denmark and Sweden joined forces with one common goal: to produce and provide the best dairy products, creating new opportunities for business growth as well as thinking about Cow Welfare, sustainable future and natural goodness in their foods.
For Arla’s dairy farmers, animal welfare and sustainable farming go hand in hand. It’s good for the cows, and good for their farmers – healthy cows are happy cows and happy cows produce both more milk, and milk of a higher quality.
“We want to create the future of dairy and bring health and inspiration to the world. In order to fulfil this vision, we need to source goods and services that support us in offering natural and healthy products to consumers worldwide. That is why we can say that: We source everything but milk!
The reality of sourcing in Arla Foods is, of course, a bit more complex than the saying itself. To create a sense of overview, we have outlined the main product and service categories that are currently sourced by Arla Foods.
One of the greatest challenges facing us all is providing natural, nutritious food for a growing population, whilst reducing the impact on the world around us. That’s why in March 2019, Arla and its farmer owners announced ambitions to be carbon net zero by 2050.
But this is not new for us. We have been working for many years to limit our emissions and even with a 50% increase in milk production since 2005, we have reduced our emissions from processing, transport and packaging by 24% and our on-farm emissions by 24% since 1990.”
Check out the Arla Website!
COME ROUND UK PARTY
Come Round is a fun and unique way to get your hands on amazing and exclusive products for free while inviting your friends over to join in too! All you have to do is sign up!
WHAT WE GOT UP TO!
The kids had 3 tasks – once each task was complete they all got a stamp in their ‘passport.’
Fruit Run Forest – a treasure hunt to find ‘fruity treasures’ AKA hidden cut out sheets with fruit on and anyone who finds a ‘fruit paper’ gets a fruit sticker.
Bubble Bay – design, draw and name their own tasty meal to encourage them talking about nutrition and favourite foods.
Tasty Town – once the kids hunted and designed they got to try the tasty squeezy Mango yoghurts plus we had a picnic outside with different fruit.
Arla Explorers is a new range of dairy snacks for adventurous kids. The range is developed with and for kids and is designed for little hands and great imaginations. The result is bubbly, swirly and delicious. Annddd to make them enjoyable for parents to serve, Arla packed them with loads of fruit, and 30% less sugar than other products on the market.
WE WERE GIFTED
- 5 Mango Squeeze yoghurts
- 5 colour sheets to design a healthy meal.
- 5 passports to stamp activities completed.
- 5 boxes of crayons.
- 5 sheets of paper to tick off the paper fruit they had found.
- Paper fruit to hide.
- A cool (picnic) bag.
- Arla designed bunting.
- An Arla stamp.
THE KIDS EXPERIENCE
Some photos of what the children got up to – they had a great experience during this UK Lockdown:
Thoughts – I love the ethos behind this company and their yoghurts are super tasty!
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