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The Land O'Lakes International Development projects are in Bangladesh, Egypt, Georgia, Lebanon, Malawi and Rwanda. Pic: ©Getty Images/titoOnz

Land O'Lakes International Development awarded project funding

By Jim Cornall

Land O'Lakes International Development has been awarded funding from the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) and U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) to support new agricultural capacity building and food safety programs in Georgia,...

Analysts have identified several factors that explain why Southeast Asia has become a dairy growth outlier. Pic: ©Getty Images/szefei

Southeast Asian dairy in a churn

By Richard Whitehead

Until very recently, Southeast Asia was a dairy wasteland. Supermarkets would all stock milk, cheese and yogurts, but in a fraction of the quantities one might expect to see in organized retail in other parts of the world, while food processors would...

DKSH and Nutridor sign dairy products agreement in Cambodia

DKSH and Nutridor sign dairy products agreement in Cambodia

By Jim Cornall

DKSH Business Unit Consumer Goods, a market expansion services provider for fast moving consumer goods, and Nutridor Limited, have entered a new partnership to introduce Nutridor’s Abevia Gold sweetened beverage and evaporated creamers in Cambodia.

Maori milk company Miraka has signed an MOU to distribute its Whai Ora product in Malaysia.

Miraka expands with Malaysia deal

By Jim Cornall

Miraka, New Zealand’s first Maori-owned milk company, has signed an MOU with Malaysian company Storiiu, a food distribution business, to supply their flagship consumer food, Whai Ora. 

Dairy debunked: Ingredients could benefit SE Asian physiology

SE Asia dairy focus

Dairy debunked: Ingredients could benefit SE Asian physiology

By RJ Whitehead

For generations, Southeast Asia has been a black hole for dairy, mainly because lactose has been seen as incompatible with regional physiology. But that is changing, says Sharon Gerdes, a food scientist and author. Ingredients like whey permeates could...

Ice cream sandwich bars

Highest consumption of ice cream is in North America

Tetra Pak launches world first high capacity ice cream extrusion line

By Jenny Eagle

Tetra Pak says it has developed an ice cream extrusion line with the highest capacity in the world, producing up to 43,200 pieces of ice cream sticks and sandwiches per hour, (the average is 36,000) with plans to launch a second one in Q1 next year.

Paul Mellbin, MD, Ecolean SE Asia

Ecolean expands in Asia

By Jenny Eagle

Ecolean has opened a regional headquarters in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, following increased production capacity in China.

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