|Key people||Justinus Sanders, CEO|
|Revenue||€4 billion (2007)|
The company history starts with many village cooperatives that gradually merged into each other and thus became big regional companies. Campina in its current form was created in 1989 by the merge of two of such regional cooperatives, Melkunie Holland and DMV Campina. After this merger the company was named Campina Melkunie until it dropped the Melkunie part in 2001.
In 2004, Campina and Arla, a Danish dairy cooperative, announced their plan to merge,  however this plan was disbanded in April 2005 for undisclosed reasons  although plans for other forms of cooperation would still be considered.
On 19 December 2007, Campina and Friesland Foods announced that the companies are exploring the possibility to merge. The EU approved the merger if the two cooperatives sell certain cheese and dairy drink divisions.
Brands with Health Benefit Claims
- Campina Optimel (Netherlands)
- Campina Optiwell (Germany)
- Campina Vifit (Germany, Netherlands)
- Campina Fruttis (Russia)
- Campina Betagen (Thailand) - joint venture with Thai Advanced Food
- Comelco NV in (Belgium) 1989
- Deltown Specialities in (United States) 1989
- Menken consumptiemelk activiteiten (Netherlands) 1997
- Menken Dairy Food (Netherlands) 1997
- Menken Polderland (Netherlands) 1997
- Parmalat Thailand (Thailand) 2003
- Inovatech Argentina (Argentina) 2005
In Germany, now Campina GmbH
- Südmilch AG, 1993
- Kutel, 1998
- Emzett, 1999
- http://dealbook.blogs.nytimes.com/2008/12/17/eu-approves-campina-friesland-foods-merger/ Accessed 9 February 2009
- CMFocus 07-39 30 August 2007