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Increasing Trust in Dairy is Essential for Food Security

November 25 2015

Producing dairy products that meet normal health and safety standards is a complicated process. It requires special tools, knowledge, and unwavering support from the industry and local governments. Read more...

Chinese dairy imports to rise in 2016 - but not by much

November 25 2015

China's milk powder buying, one of the most important drivers of dairy values, will improve next year - but not by much, and to nowhere near 2013 and 2014 levels which sent markets soaring. Read more...

Rod Oram: Fonterra's Chinese adventure

November 22 2015

Every litre counts as Fonterra chips away at its long-term strategy of collecting 1 billion litres of milk a year on its Chinese farms. So far it's barely one-third of the way there. Read more...

Dairy prices tipped to recover mid-2016

November 20 2015

Rabobank global dairy strategist Tim Hunt said milk production around the world needed to ease and excess stock needed to clear before demand for dairy would pick up again. Read more...

Port of Olympia prepares 1,400 dairy cows for trip to Vietnam

November 19 2015

Fourteen-hundred dairy cows were trucked to the Port of Olympia on Tuesday and loaded onto a livestock carrier called the Falconia — all in the middle of a storm that blew rain and wind across the marine terminal as truck after truck backed up to the ship. Read more...

‘China to import 400,000t of forage to meet agricultural demand’

November 16 2015

China will import more than 400,000 tonnes of forage from Mongolia next year to cope with the growing demand for dairy and other high-protein products, according to Read more...

New players to fly milk to China

November 16 2015

BURGEONING Asia's zeal for Australian milk products is about to trigger another three new small scale ventures exporting fresh milk direct to distributors in China. Read more...

Fonterra reports Australia's dairy exports rose strongly compared to the US, New Zealand and Europe

November 16 2015

Dairy giant Fonterra reports Australia's dairy exports rose 9 per cent this past year, amid what it calls "unsustainably low" global dairy prices. Read more...

Asia rather than China alone ­will be a key driver for dairy exports

November 16 2015

China is no longer the focus of the export drive that has been put in place by the Irish dairy industry, according to Colin Gordon, chief executive of Glanbia Foods Ireland. Read more...

British dairy businesses on trade mission to China

November 16 2015

A group of British dairy businesses visited Shanghai to promote UK dairy produce in a bid to capture a bigger share of China’s £39bn specialist food import market. Read more...

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