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Facing TPP dairy deluge, Vietnam milk firms shift strategy to survive

Written by Friday, 01 January 2016 Published in News & Updates

Vietnam's fast-growing dairy companies are investing big in new markets as they brace for stepped-up competition at home from global giants on the prowl to take advantage of a Pacific trade pact. Read more...

Queensland's dairy industry moo-ves into 2016

Written by Friday, 01 January 2016 Published in News & Updates

The Australian industry is worth $13 billion with more than 6,000 Australian dairy farmers producing approximately 9.7 billion litres of milk a year. Read more...

Relevance of Amul in India’s page – Part 1

Written by Friday, 01 January 2016 Published in News & Updates

All through the 1980s, Verghese Kurien, the “Milkman of India” kept telling people that this country had a natural strategic advantage with milk production. Read more...

India’s organized dairy sector anticipates rapid growth in next three years

Written by Friday, 01 January 2016 Published in News & Updates

The revenue share from the organized dairy segment could rise to 25% of India's total dairy market by fiscal 2018, up from 19% in fiscal 2015, a new report shows. Read more...

Growing China demand helps soften New Zealand trade deficit

Written by Friday, 01 January 2016 Published in News & Updates

Rising demand for meat and dairy products in China helped slow a rising New Zealand goods trade deficit last month, the government statistics agency said Wednesday. Read more...

Dairy prices - will 2016 bring a long-awaited recovery?

Written by Friday, 01 January 2016 Published in News & Updates

Dairy prices recovered somewhat from 13-year lows reached in August, as measured by GlobalDairyTrade values, amid some signs of low values taking a toll on world milk production. Read more...

Increasing Trust in Dairy is Essential for Food Security

Written by Wednesday, 25 November 2015 Published in News & Updates

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

Written by Wednesday, 25 November 2015 Published in News & Updates

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

Written by Sunday, 22 November 2015 Published in News & Updates

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...