Bright Dairy’s Synlait to Boost its Supply of Infant Formula to Sichuan’s New Hope Nutritionals

Synlait Milk Limited, the New Zealand Exchange NZX-listed milk processor, announced on Wednesday [16 August 2017] a new supply agreement with China’s New Hope Nutritionals for production of their infant formula brands. The agreement secures a threefold increase from current volumes over the five-year period, said a Synlait statement…Full Article: ECNS.cn Aug 2017 Key Point

Feihe International Constructing Infant Formula Factory in Ontario to Supply the Mainland

Feihe International Inc., a top manufacturer of infant formula in China, is building a manufacturing plant valued 300 million Canadian dollars (234 million U.S. dollars) in Kingston, Canada. Leng Youbin, Chairman of Feihe International Inc. told Xinhua on Tuesday [8 August 2017] in Ottawa that Feihe board decided to invest to set up the plant

Chinese Dairy Producers under Pressure from E-Commerce Imports and Price Competition

Some Chinese dairy producers have seen gross profit margins of their infant formula milk powder products continue to decline due to the impact of foreign brands, high costs and inventory pressures. So, more producers are trying to target healthy products. The two-child policy in China didn’t trigger sales growth of the domestic dairy sectors, which

China’s Certification and Accreditation Administration Pulls Import License for Australian Infant Formula Producer

Recently, the China Certification and Accreditation Administration (CNCA) suspended the Australian dairy registration qualifications of Viplus Dairy enterprises in China, but there is no indication of the reason for the suspension of registration…Full Article: The Epoch Times Nov 2016 Key Points On 4 November 2016, the CNCA pulled Viplus Dairy’s import license. In June 2016,

Chinese State Television Channel Claims 42% of Sampled Imported Infant Formula Products Failed to Meet Food Safety Standards

The CCTV Financial Channel found 42.1 percent of 19 imported infant formula products sold online from seven countries it selected failed to meet China’s food safety standards. Eight of the 19 formula samples bought via online marketplaces, including Meiji, Aptamil and Meadjohnson, were graded as unqualified by the Inspection and Safety Center at National Food

State-Owned Chinese Company to Finance and Hold Controlling Stake in Dairy Plant in New Zealand

A state-owned Chinese company is investing in a Southland company to build a $200 million dairy processing plant with the promise of creating 100 new jobs. Mataura Valley Milk has announced China Animal Husbandry Group (CAHB) will have a 71.8 per cent stake in the plant, 20 per cent will be held by Southland farm