New Zealand’s Fonterra - the world’s largest dairy producer - will cut the price of one of it milk formula products in China, joining a growing list of firms responding to Beijing’s investigation into the sector.Tuesday, 6 August, 2013, 12:40pm
Abbott Laboratories is cutting prices of its instant products in China by up to 12 per cent, the company said, joining other foreign firms in responding to Beijing’s probe into possible price-fixing by milk powder makers.12 Jul 2013 - 2:37pm
Abbott Laboratories is cutting prices of its instant products in China by up to 12 per cent, the company said, joining other foreign firms in responding to Beijing’s probe into possible price-fixing by milk powder makers.6 Aug 2013 - 12:40pm
Mead Johnson Nutrition said it will cut the price of its infant milk formula in China, becoming the latest company to take action in the wake of an investigation by Beijing into possible price-fixing and anti-competitive behaviour.11 Jul 2013 - 11:05am
Infant milk powder confiscated at the Hong Kong-mainland border will be given to food banks, the welfare chief said yesterday at a conference discussing how to tackle poverty.
Unopened cans of formula discarded on the Hong Kong side of border checkpoints because of the two-tin limit would be distributed to emergency food-bank networks across the city.1 Jun 2013 - 3:38am
Buy too much rice in Hong Kong and “you could end up in jail”, Chinese media warned tourists in the wake of the Guangzhou cadmium scandal.21 May 2013 - 6:26pm
Chinese-made milk powder is better in quality and half the price of imported products, said the national dairy association.
The results of a study were announced in an effort to promote the domestic industry and allay concerns stemming from the 2008 melamine scandal.7 May 2013 - 4:21pm 10 comments
Bloomberg takes an odd angle on milk-powder smuggling in Hong Kong.
"Milk smugglers top heroin courier arrests in Hong Kong"29 Aug 2013 - 4:13am
Seven manufacturers of baby milk formula on Friday proposed a new system to ensure a steady supply of their product to Hong Kong parents, hoping this could persuade the government to cancel restrictions on its export.26 Apr 2013 - 9:17pm
Pharmacies and milk powder manufacturers are working on a plan to guarantee enough baby formula for local mothers in return for the government cancelling the export restrictions.
General Chamber of Pharmacy members met representatives from popular brands of infant formula yesterday and agreed to co-operate on a proposal to secure supplies for Hongkongers.13 Apr 2013 - 3:57am