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Welcome to the first issue of the Duxes Dairy Report, your premier source for dairy industry news, opinions and content. As detailed below (and available for download in PDF format), this quarterly newsletter will include interviews with industry experts, breaking news and the latest updates on government policies and regulations.
THE STATE OF THE INDUSTRY
EXCLUSIVE ARTICLE
The Promise of Dairy in Asia

Jesper Colding is a Senior Vice President of Arla Foods, in charge of the Asia business for one of the largest dairy producers in the world. During his time at Arla, Mr. Colding has also worked in executive management for Arla's partner, Mengniu Dairy China. Prior to working at Arla, Mr. Colding spent thirteen years at Procter & Gamble, as well as 3 years as the Managing Director for Royal Unibrew in the Baltics.

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Jesper Colding
Senior Vice President - Asia
Arla Foods
BREAKING NEWS
Revolution in Chinese dining
March 9, 2017
In order to expand the dairy market in China through the food service industry, dairy suppliers Fonterra and Royal FrieslandCampina have opened a training kitchen in Shanghai to teach chefs how to better use dairy products.
Fonterra launches low-lactose milk powder from NZMP brand
March 1, 2017
Fonterra has launched a milk powder that is just 2% lactose, compared to standard whole milk powders, which are 40% lactose. The low lactose milk powder market is seen as especially ripe for growth in the Middle East, Africa, and Southeast Asia.
Danone looks for "strong, profitable" growth - 8 things to learn from CAGNY 2017
February 24, 2017
In a presentation at a New York conference, French yogurt company Danone indicated its plans to grow sales in the United States and China, expand its baby food business, and improve margins.
Dairy farm to use 'daigou' network to sell fresh milk to China
February 18, 2017
The largest dairy farming company in Australia plans to use Chinese-Australians to help sell 50,000 liters per week of Tasmanian milk in China.
A Baby Formula Deal's Success Depends on China
February 10, 2017
The purchase of an American producer of baby formula, hinges on an expanding market in China, driven by internet sales and growing demand, due to the relaxation of the One Child Policy.
Packaging firms investing in new products to meet dairy sector demand
February 7, 2017
Packaging firms in India are investing in innovative solutions for value added products, such as near-field communication (NFC) tags, intended to increase shelf life and improve safety.
APAC embraces healthy diets with organic dairy foods and drinks
February 6, 2017
Asia-Pacific's organic dairy foods and drinks market is growing at a rapid pace due to its enhanced nutritional profile and its role in the act of sustainability.
Dairy outlook brightens on supply crunch
February 6, 2017
In a boon for the dairy industry, farm gate prices are expected to rise, following a 20-year-low for milk stocks.
Chinese whole milk powder imports rise by 21% in 2016
January 25, 2017
China imported 34,000t of whole milk powder in December 2016, a substantial increase from the previous month, and the previous year. New Zealand accounted for just under 88% of the imports.
POLICY AND REGULATION UPDATE
Watchdog toughens supervision on infant formula, bans hyped ad
February 27, 2017
The Chinese Food and Drug Administration is strictly holding producers accountable to the legislation that took effect in 2016, that establishes an infant formula registration system and bans advertisements that hype the benefits of infant formula.
China revises food, drug safety targets for 2020
February 22, 2017
The State Council has published new guidelines that mandate stricter safety standards for food products imported into China, including infant milk formula, and the construction of 20 ports designated for food inspection and quarantine.
Changes to DIRA announced
October 21, 2016
The New Zealand government has announced revisions to the Dairy Industry Restructuring Act (DIRA) that will change the way the industry is regulated. Among the important changes is increased flexibility for milk processors, and the loosening of a requirement that dominant market player Fonterra sell regulated milk to large, export-focused processors.

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