FrieslandCampina is a Dutch dairy cooperative. It is the result of a merger between Royal Friesland Foods and Campina in December 2008. Main brands include Friesche Vlag, Chocomel, Fristi, Dutch Lady, Appelsientje, Milner, Campina, Landliebe, Optimel, Mona and "Mix'it". FrieslandCampina is the world’s largest dairy co-operative and one of the top 5 dairy companies in the world with annual revenue of 11.4 billion euro. FrieslandCampina has offices in 28 countries and employs a total of 21,186 people. FrieslandCampina’s products find their way to more than 100 countries. FrieslandCampina organises its activities into four business groups: Consumer Products Europe, Consumer Products International, Cheese & Butter and Ingredients. The product range consists of consumer milk, milk in powder and concentrated form, dairy drinks, yoghurts, desserts, cream, coffee creamers, baby and infant food, cheese, butter and ingredients. Royal FrieslandCampina is organized as a cooperative, with roots going back to 1879. It has grown through mergers and takeovers.