TINE SA is Norway's largest producer, distributor and exporter of dairy products with 11,400 members (owners) and 9,000 cooperative farms. Our goal being to provide the consumers with food that provides a healthier and positive food experience.
TINE SA is Norway's largest producer, distributor and exporter of dairy products. Our goal being to provide the consumers with food that provides a healthier and positive food experience.
Today Norwegian farmers have cooperatives in all sectors. They are mainly organized as single-purpose cooperatives
TINE has several wholly and partially owned subsidiaries, both in Norway and abroad.
TINE Annual report 2015
2015 was a landmark year for TINE. We have delivered the best results ever in financial terms.
The Styrk TINE improvement project has surpassed its 2013 target to improve profits by NOK 750 million. At the start of 2016, this figure stood at more than NOK 800 million. This was duly marked in the New Year, but we have no plans to ease off.
TINE wants to create a healthier and more active Norway – we also want to contribute to culinary experiences. To fulfil these aims we need to reach people at a young age. Therefore we sponsor activities in which young people participate for the purpose of learning and experience.
We believe in inspiration through shared experiences, good teachers and good, motivating role models. TINE focuses on society and the environment through awareness, action and humanitarian work.
A selection of our international assortment
Jarlsberg®The original Jarlsberg® is based on a secret Norwegian recipe from 1956 – so secret that only a handful of trusted people know of its whereabouts and custodians.
Ridder®/Hertig®The name Ridder® means knight (a strong and bold ancient warrior) and refers to the characteristic, distinctive taste and aroma of the cheese.
Snøfrisk®Snøfrisk® cream cheese was launched during the Olympic Games in Lillehammer, Norway in 1994. It is made from 80 percent goat’s milk and 20 percent cow’s cream.
TINE® Brunost CollectionIn the 1860s Anne Hov, a Norwegian farmer’s wife, invented the Gudbrandsdalen brown cheese, which has become one of the national symbols of Norway.
Wernerssons brandThe Wernerssons brand covers all kind of cheeses in all categories, everything from cheese for sandwiches to more exclusive cheeses.
A tradition that has continued for centuries in Norway