These are all the posts that have been tagged with china.
The issue of where our waste is going is gaining ground as China refuses to take the world’s waste and burn it in a bid to clean up its own environment.
A safety overhaul of China’s baby formula industry removed about 1,400 products from store shelves this week, clearing the way for international brands such as Nestlé and Danone to gain greater shares of the market.
Growth in milk supply—which turned positive in the second quarter if 2017— accelerated in the third quarter.
French dairy company Lactalis has ordered a global recall of its milk formula products over fears of salmonella contamination.
According to a recent online survey by the Social Survey Centre of the China Youth Daily, nine years after the melamine scandal, 50% of the interviewees see improvement in the quality of Chinese milk and 75% are confident in the future production.
Irish Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine, Michael Creed T.D. is leading a week-long Government of Ireland Agri-Food trade mission to Japan and South Korea.
The Supervisory Board of Royal FrieslandCampina has appointed Jaska de Bakker chief financial officer of Royal FrieslandCampina as of 1 January 2018.
A clinical trial conducted in China and involving 600 adult Han Chinese participants with self-reported lactose intolerance has reported that consumption of a2 Milk containing only A2 beta casein reduced acute gastrointestinal symptoms compared to consuming conventional milk containing A1 and A2 beta casein proteins, according to The a2 Milk Company.
Global demand for dairy products is rising and the popularity of nutritious dairy produce remains strong. Consumer expectations on food safety are high and food safety will be a key topic discussed in depth at the forthcoming World Dairy Summit in Belfast, 30 October- 2 November.
Both branded UHT and Arla own label UHT white milk were first introduced in 2016 to the Chinese market in 1 litre Elopak Pure-Pak Sense Aseptic cartons with closure.
I was in Stockholm last week for the European Dairy Association’s annual conference. When I wasn’t eating cottage cheese with nuts and small dried fruits, I was listening to the European Union’s Commissioner Cecilia Malmström get quizzed by top executives from Valio, Arla, DMK and Danone.
“The Market of Tomorrow – Who Makes the Rules?” This question was discussed by the 120 participants at the Forum Milch NRW, organized by the association of the dairy industry of North Rhine-Westphalia in Germany.
Speaking at the China Dairy Industry Association Annual Conference, Dr Judith Bryans, president of the International Dairy Federation (IDF), has stated that the dairy industry plays a key role in feeding the world and must respond on a global level to those who challenge its integrity.
Fonterra has opened a new cheese plant in Victoria, Australia to replace the company’s previous facility which was destroyed by a fire in 2014.