Malaysia

The new products are being rolled out first in Malaysia.  Pic: Nestlé

Nestlé launches dairy free Milo in Asia

By Jim Cornall

Nestlé said as consumers in Asia are including more dairy alternatives in their diet, it is launching plant-based versions of some of its brands in the region.

The company brought in 95 A2 cows from Australia in June. Pic: Rhone Ma

Rhone Ma introduces A2 milk to Malaysia

By Jim Cornall

In Malaysia, Rhone Ma Holdings Berhad (Rhone Ma) is a homegrown dairy industry player that is introducing A2 milk to the local market.

F&N produces the 100Plus hydration drink, cordials and fizzy fruit drinks, as well as condensed, evaporated, UHT and pasteurized milk.

Plans announced for integrated mega dairy farm to boost local milk production

From cans to cows, fizzy drinks maker F&N sees future in Malaysian dairy

By Richard Whitehead

One of Southeast Asia’s biggest names in fizzy drinks is poised to make its mark on dairy in Malaysia, having revealed plans to import thousands of cows and produce millions of liters of milk.

Qatari company Baladna Food Industries will be involved in Malaysian efforts to set up the biggest dairy complex in Malaysia.

Baladna will bring experience from transforming desert dairy in double-quick time

Malaysia to set up its biggest dairy farm with help from Qatar

By Richard Whitehead

A government agriculture development agency has joined forces with Qatar’s dairy producer to set up Malaysia’s biggest dairy farm in the next two years in a bid to make the country more self-sufficient in milk production.

Since 2015, Dutch Lady has hosted educational activities on a balanced diet that includes milk, and doing physical sports daily.

Relentless health and awareness campaigns have won Dutch Lady hearts and minds

Grand old lady of Malaysian milk has dug strong foundations

By Richard Whitehead

If you ask any Malaysian about Dutch Lady milk, they tend to go a little dreamy. It is a brand that evokes their childhoods, taking them back to a gentler, more innocent time, no matter how young or old they are.

Malaysia has had a poor run until late with its milk production. Pic: ©Getty Images/Josephine Jullian

Virtues of sustainability and experience trump low-rent central planning. He just needs more land.

Wild West dairyman claims his farms can bring dairy self-sufficiency to Malaysia

By Richard Whitehead

Crocodiles protect Yap Yun Fook dairy farm from predators, while swiftlets roost in a house built for them to control natural pests. His Sabah property is nothing like what most dairymen are used to.

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