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Fonterra pushes plans for own-brand milk in China

Fonterra, the world's largest dairy processor, is moving ahead with plans to launch its own branded milk formula in China, undeterred by a recent botulism scare and Beijing's crackdown on foreign firms over alleged corrupt sales practices.

3 Jul 2018 - 10:01PM

Fonterra, the world's largest dairy processor, is moving ahead with plans to launch its own branded milk formula in China, undeterred by a recent botulism scare and Beijing's crackdown on foreign firms over alleged corrupt sales practices.

Fonterra pushes plans for own-brand milk in China