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Improving Asian nutrition one glass of milk at a time

June 2 2016

Asia has witnessed remarkable growth in its production and consumption of milk and dairy products in recent years and this trend is almost certain to continue. Read more...

FAO raises a glass and proposes a toast

June 2 2016

Ulaanbaatar /MONTSAME/ Assistant Director-General and Regional Representative of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) Kundhavi Kadiresan has published an article entitled “Improving Asian nutrition – one glass of milk at a time” on occasion of the World Milk Day marked on Tuesday. Read more...

Australian UHT milk exporters get China boost

April 19 2016

Freedom Foods and Murray Goulburn both say their UHT milk and adult milk powder products are on China’s revised “positive list”, which means they can be sold online in China’s free-trade zones without incurring tariffs. Read more...

Fonterra to Divest Share in Dairy Technical Services

April 19 2016

Fonterra Australia has today announced it has signed an agreement to divest its shareholding (36.02 per cent) in Dairy Technical Services (DTS) to a consortium comprising Bureau Veritas Singapore and AsureQuality Limited. Read more...

Medium-scale dairy farming an emerging sector trend: Rabobank report

April 10 2016

MUMBAI: Milk procurement is expected to become the single most critical link in the dairy supply chain given the strong growth in India's organized dairy industry, which has put the focus on raw milk sourcing. Read more...

Strong debut for China Dairy

April 10 2016

Shares in China Dairy Corporation lifted 25 per cent in a strong debut on the Australian share market. Read more...

China's Raw Milk Prices Will Continue to Decline Due to Supply Glut - Analysts

April 10 2016

China will continue to see a decline of raw milk prices because of a persisting supply glut that is affecting suppliers and benefiting sellers, according to analysts. Read more...

After 60 Years, India Is Finally Going To Get New National Milk Safety Standards

April 8 2016

A recent survey revealed that more than 68 percent of milk sold in India was adulterated. Given how much milk is a part of the Indian diet, the shocking number showed the need for new national milk safety standards in the country. Read more...

Shares in Chinese milk supplier China Dairy Corporation have made a strong debut on the Australian share market.

April 8 2016

Shares in China Dairy Corporation lifted 25 per cent in a strong debut on the Australian share market. China Dairy shares closed five cents, or 25 per cent, above their 20c issue price on Friday, with the stock ranging as high as 27 cents during the day as about 1.5 million shares were traded. Read more...

Milk price outlook 'pessimistic' says Rabobank

April 8 2016

The outlook for the global dairy market remains "pessimistic," Rabobank said, as it trimmed price forecasts. "Talk of price recovery has quietened," Rabobank said, noting stronger than expected EU and New Zealand production, and weaker demand from China and the developing world. Read more...

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