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Principal research technologist, Fonterra
As New Zealand marks the one-year anniversary of its Free Trade Agreement (FTA) with South Korea, Fonterra Co-operative Group is gearing up to take advantage of huge potential for its dairy products there, particularly cheese.
Ornua Nutrition Ingredients and EasiYo, a homemade, fresh yogurt brand from New Zealand, have entered into a supply partnership.
Fonterra has announced the appointment of Helen Moore to the role of director communications, effective 1 January 2017.
Milk supply from dairy export regions has fallen sharply, by 2.6m tonnes in the second half of 2016, with milk volumes from Oceania and Europe severely challenged, according to agricultural bank Rabobank’s Dairy Quarterly Q4 2016 report.
Bank of China has signed an agreement with Fonterra consistent with both organisations’ on-going commitment to building New Zealand business interests in China.
GEA has been awarded a contract by Mataura Valley Milk Limited to construct a nutritional powders plant in McNab on the south island of New Zealand.
Fonterra has pledged support to the New Zealand Ministry of Health’s Healthy Kids’ Industry Pledge which aims to help reduce rates of obesity in children in New Zealand.
It is a measure of the stress the agricultural and dairy industries have been under during the past two years, when I witnessed a dustup between EU Agriculture Minister Phil Hogan and Hochland’s CEO Peter Stahl at the European Dairy Association’s Annual Congress in Nice, France.
Delegates at the recent Nizo Protein Dairy Conference in Singapore donned virtual reality headsets to step briefly into the dairy farm virtual world.
Fonterra has welcomed New Zealand prime minister John Key’s announcement at APEC of the launch of China NZ free trade agrement (FTA) upgrade negotiations.
The trade in dairy products has suffered a number of massive blows in the last three years and is set to continue face headwinds going forward, according to Kevin Bellamy, global dairy strategist at Rabobank.
To say it has been an eventful week is an understatement. I am not sure I’ve seen so many people react in such an emotional way to world events.