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Will new formula imports bring down prices in China?

Friday, 10 April 2015 13:55 Published in News & Updates

New Hope Trading recently unveiled in China a 99 yuan (US$16) infant formula from New Zealand. Another importer, Yashili, also announced that it will launch an imported baby formula at around 100 yuan (US$16) a can, according to Shanghai's China Business News. A dairy industry source said that the cost of imported formula is about 67 yuan (US$10.80) a can,. Read more

Dairy milk problem clarified

Thursday, 22 January 2015 17:00 Published in News & Updates

China - The issue of dairy farmers having difficulty in selling their milk in some regions of the country is not necessarily due to imports of dairy products, Shen Danyang, spokesperson for the Ministry of Commerce, said at a news conference in Beijing on Wednesday..Read more

'Organic dairy farming will yield better milk, enrich farmers'

Thursday, 22 January 2015 08:39 Published in News & Updates

India - Bengaluru: Cultivating organic fodder and nurturing cows with care would yield plenty of "truly" organic milk and make their owners wealthy in a short period, says a veterinary expert who runs a dairy in the Karnataka countryside. Veterinary doctor-turned-entrepreneur G.N.S. Reddy maintains that shocking as it may sound,..Read more

India to Come Up With New Standards of Milk, Says NDRI Chief

Friday, 12 December 2014 15:57 Published in News & Updates

India - CHENNAI: The age-old milk standards observed in India is likely to undergo change as the Union government is planning to evolve new standards. National Dairy Research Institute (NDRI) vice-chancellor and director A K Srivastava told Express that the new standards has been necessitated as there has been lot of changes in the dairy sector..Read more 

Raw milk quality in China improved: report

Thursday, 04 December 2014 10:16 Published in News & Updates

China - Despite some problems in China's dairy farming industry such as outbreaks of dairy cattle diseases, the quality of raw milk produced by domestic farmers and enterprises has improved obviously in recent years, a research institute said in a white paper released on Tuesday. Thanks to improvements in dairy farming scale and technology,..Read more