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Welcome to 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.
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THE STATE OF THE INDUSTRY
EXCLUSIVE ARTICLE
Cutting-Edge Packaging Solutions for Milk Products

Over his nearly 20 years of professional experience in the Plastics processing and production industry, Azam Khan has served in various roles as Key Account Manager, Field Application Development Manager, and Project Manager. Azam joined ColorMatrix Europe Ltd in 2013, and currently works as Senior Product Manager for ColorMatrix's polymer additives portfolio. His focus has been in barrier and protective products for food and beverage packaging and developing new colour technologies for extrusion blow moulding. Prior to joining ColorMatrix, Azam worked at SABIC (previously GE Plastics Ltd.), and for a consumer electronics moulding company based in Scotland.

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Azam Khan
Senior Product Manager
PolyOne - ColorMatrix
BREAKING NEWS
PepsiCo plans foray into dairy market
May 3, 2017
Beverage giant Pepsi is seeking to offset the decline in soft drink consumption with an expansion into the Indian dairy market.
What Traders Need to Watch in the Canada Dairy Dispute
April 28, 2017
The U.S. dairy industry, prompted by support from President Trump, has accused Canadian producers of violating NAFTA by importing subsidized milk into the U.S. Canada has denied that its "milk reclassification" policy violates NAFTA.
Governance at Vietnam's dairy giant gets a modern makeover
April 27, 2017
Vinamilk, Vietnam's largest dairy company, has reformed its corporate governance structure, in an attempt to expand its global presence, and attract new investors.
A2 Milk revises revenue forecast due to 'soaring demand' in China
April 27, 2017
The A2 Milk Company, a New Zealand producer of A2 betacasein protein milk, anticipates strong future sales in China, due to cross-border, e-commerce channels.
Dairy giant plans big investment in China
April 25, 2017
Dutch dairy company Royal FrieslandCampina is looking to expand its presence in the growing Chinese market.
Raw Power: Dairy Product Uses New Tech to Retain Benefits of Raw Milk
April 21, 2017
A biotech company has discovered a new method for processing raw milk that retains nutritional content previously destroyed by pasteurization.
Fonterra's NZMP non-GMO ingredients part of plan to make 'dairy nutrition accessible to the world'
April 14, 2017
NZMP, Fonterra's dairy ingredients business, which represents 60% of the company's revenue, has launched a non-GMO ingredient range in North America.
Arla to invest €12m in infant milk formula production
April 10, 2017
Arla is investing approximately €12m ($12.7m) to upgrade its AKAFA production site in northern Denmark, which will allow it to add infant milk formula (IMF) production to its existing powdered milk capacity.
Dairy rebound tips growth for 2017, MPI says
April 4, 2017
New Zealand's prominent dairy industry is projected for healthy growth in 2017, in spite of the rise of protectionism around the world.
POLICY AND REGULATION UPDATE
Italy introduces new labelling law for dairy products
April 19, 2017
A new Italian law stipulates that packaging for products made from milk must clearly state where the raw materials come from. Products carrying the European Union's protected designation of origin (PDO) or protected geographical indication (PGI) labels are exempt from the law.
Entanglements and Concentrated Markets Require Divestiture in Dairy Industry, says United States DoJ
April 13, 2017
The United States Department of Justice has intervened in the wake of Danone's acquisition of The WhiteWave Foods Company, stipulating that Danone must divest from its Stonyfields Farms organic milk business, in order to maintain healthy competition in the downstream market.
Vietnam removes ceiling price for dairy products
April 12, 2017
The Vietnamese government has eliminated price ceilings for children's dairy products, in an effort to comply with various free trade agreements which forbid price control mechanisms.

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