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Tuesday, March 18, 2014
China pays US$8 per litre of Australian milk
March 18, 2014 China pays US$8 per litre of Australian milk Consumers in China's largest city are paying US$8 a litre for fresh milk from Australian farms. Melbourne company Lian He, the first Australian company to send fresh milk to China, ...
Tuesday, February 25, 2014
China invests in establishing new milk plants
February 25, 2014 China invests in establishing new milk plants China is in negotiations to bankroll construction of several new milk powder plants in New South Wales as the state's dairy industry looks at ways to supplement its supply cont ...
Wednesday, January 8, 2014
China's high demand lifts global milk prices
January 8, 2014 China's high demand lifts global milk prices   Following price hikes resulting from a drought in New Zealand last spring, China's milk production crisis and its insatiable need for milk powder have kept global dairy prices e ...
Monday, November 25, 2013
China's milk demand may rise as it eases one-child policy
November 25, 2013 China's milk demand may rise as it eases one-child policy   China may step up imports of infant milk formula and other dairy products intended to boost child nutrition with the possible easing of its one-child policy in th ...
Friday, November 8, 2013
China's domestic milk market may experience over 15% shortage
China's milk market value in 2017 may face a shortage totalling about 15% to 20% or RMB66 billion (US$10.75 billion) due to the widening gap between milk demand and supply. China's milk market volume will grow at an 8.2% compound annual gro ...
Monday, November 4, 2013
Tingyi and Asahi form joint venture to sell milk powder in China
November 4, 2013 Tingyi and Asahi form joint venture to sell milk powder in China Tingyi Holding Corporation, China's largest instant noodle maker, and Wakodo Co., Ltd., a unit of Japan's beer maker Asahi Group Holdings Ltd., plan to enter ...
Monday, October 28, 2013
US sees export potential to meet China's soaring UHT milk demand
October 28, 2013 US sees export potential to meet China's soaring UHT milk demand   China's demand for imported ultra high temperature (UHT) milk is soaring as its consumption jumped from nearly 18 million pounds in 2010 to a forecast 331 m ...
Friday, October 25, 2013
Meiji to suspend sale of milk powder in China
Japanese dairy giant Meiji, producer of the Hohoemi and Step baby milk powder brands, said on Thursday that it will suspend the sale of milk powder in China, citing rising costs and increased competition. The company will temporarily stop t ...
Monday, October 14, 2013
China baby milk samples contain high levels of aluminium
October 14, 2013 China baby milk samples contain high levels of aluminium   Baby milk samples produced by Cow & Gate as well as Aptamil, which are available in Hong Kong, have been detected by the UK to contain heavy concentrations of alumi ...
Monday, September 30, 2013
Australia's Norco to supply fresh milk to China
September 30, 2013 Australia's Norco to supply fresh milk to China     Australia's dairy co-operative, Norco, which is owned by farmers in New South Wales and Queensland, is preparing to ship a trial batch of its fresh milk to China. The co ...
Tuesday, August 20, 2013
China bans Westland milk products on high levels of nitrates
August 20, 2013 China bans Westland milk products on high levels of nitrates   Following the discovery of elevated levels of nitrates, more New Zealand milk products sold to China have been banned, raising further concerns over quality and ...
Thursday, August 15, 2013
New Zealand PM to apologise to China over tainted milk powder
August 15, 2013 New Zealand PM to apologise to China over tainted milk powder   New Zealand Prime Minister John Key said on August 13 that he will visit Beijing later this year to apologize for the Fonterra milk botulism scare. It is unusua ...
Monday, August 12, 2013
China to step up monitoring of milk powder producers
Following the whey protein product contamination scare sparked by New Zealand's Fonterra last week, China said it will enhance monitoring of milk powder producers and severely punish companies found to have quality or safety problems. China ...
Monday, August 5, 2013
China, Russia suspend Fonterra milk products due to botulism scare
China and Russia have suspended milk products from New Zealand's Fonterra after the dairy giant reported that a concentrated whey product may contain Clostridium botulinum, a botulism-causing toxic bacteria.
Wednesday, July 3, 2013
China investigates foreign infant milk companies for anti-trust violations
China's National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) is investigating five foreign infant milk formula firms - Nestle, Abbott Laboratories, Mead Johnson Nutrition, Danone's Dumex brand and Wyeth Nutrition for possible antitrust violati ...

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