Nestle Malaysia believes that the rest of 2022 will be a tumultuous time for the food and beverage giant with supply chain and commodity costs continuing to rise, even after having pulled off a stellar performance by leading the ASEAN zone growth for...
Malaysia’s Johor State Government and the East Coast Economic Region Development Council (ECERDC) have signed a collaboration agreement to develop the Jemaluang Dairy Valley (JDV) project as part of the overall strategy in turning the East Coast Economic...
Dutch Lady Milk Industries Berhad (DLMI), a subsidiary of Royal FrieslandCampina (RFC), has contracted Royal HaskoningDHV, an international engineering and project management consultancy, to develop DLMI’s new production facility in Malaysia.
As part of Danone's "One Planet. One Health" agenda in Malaysia, the company is launching public health initiatives through various collaborations to address malnutrition and iron deficiency anemia (IDA) in children.
FGV Holdings is the latest Malaysian government-linked company to venture into dairy, with the acquisition earlier this month of a 60% stake in RedAgri Farm, which owns the Bright Cow brand of dairy products.
Plans announced for integrated mega dairy farm to boost local milk production
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.
Government initiative makes use of respected businesses, not the cronies of the past
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.
Virtues of sustainability and experience trump low-rent central planning. He just needs more land.
Barry Callebaut has successfully closed its acquisition of a 60 per
cent stake in Malaysia's KLK Cocoa - a strategic move expected to
give the Swiss firm leverage to expand in the high-potential
Swedish manufacturer of speciality vegetable fats Karlshamns has
clarified its position on the ongoing issue that suggests the
production of soybean and palm oil in Brazil and South East Asia is
destroying valuable natural environments.