Fonterra in China
Fonterra to have 30 farms in China by 20202013-09-24
New Zealand dairy giant Fonterra is expected to have 30 farms in China with an annual production capacity of 1 billion liters of milk by 2020, a company executive said on Monday.
Fonterra reveals plan for 2nd China dairy farming hub2013-09-11
New Zealand dairy giant Fonterra is to launch a second farming hub in China and is looking for strategic partners in the development planned for Ying County, Shanxi Province.
Fonterra on trust-building mission to China2013-08-30
The leaders of New Zealand dairy giant Fonterra on Friday announced they would lead a board of directors to visit to China next week to rebuild trust with Chinese"stakeholders"after the botulism scare of the last month.
Fonterra CEO addresses media2013-08-09
The CEO of the New Zealand global dairy giant, Fonterra has just held a press conference on his firm's contaminated whey protein. Theo Spiering says there have been no reports about anyone becoming ill or complaints from customers.
Fonterra to conduct formal independent review into contamination2013-08-09
New Zealand dairy giant Fonterra on Thursday announced a formal and independent review into the circumstances surrounding a global recall of infant formula made from its product.
Fonterra promises "extreme care" in Taiwan trade2013-08-09
A senior trade consultant for New Zealand dairy giant Fonterra told the country's Parliament Thursday that extreme care will be taken over its trade with Taiwan in the light of the blocking of some dairy products by the Chinese mainland.
Fonterra CEO: No more risk of contracting botulism from products2013-08-08
The chief executive of New Zealand dairy giant Fonterra says the risk of people contracting botulism from infant formula made with the company’s whey concentrate has ended.
Price-fixing fine adds to Fonterra trouble2013-08-07
New Zealand dairy giant Fonterra revealed Wednesday that it had been fined 4.47 million yuan($728, 975 or NZ$.
Fonterra products recalled in China and abroad2013-08-07
The warning about tainted products from New Zealand dairy giant Fonterra is just the latest blow to baby formula sellers amid Chinese consumers'ongoing concerns over food safety.
Fonterra CEO apologises over milk powder scare2013-08-06
Chinese consumer confidence in foreign milk powder has been shaken after toxic bacteria was found in imported dairy products from New Zealand. The CEO of New Zealand dairy giant Fonterra made a public apology at a media briefing in Beijing, saying that food safety was the company's top priority.
Fonterra CEO apologizes for contamination2013-08-06
New Zealand dairy giant Fonterra has apologized for a milk powder contamination scare in China that has raised serious safety concerns. Fonterra's Chief Executive Theo Spierings told a news conference in Beijing on Monday that the company is cooperating with the Chinese government to let consumers know which products are contaminated. And its staff is making sure to keep the information transparent.
Fonterra says sorry for 'anxiety'2013-08-06
Fonterra Cooperative Group, the New Zealand-based company at the center of a milk powder safety scare, apologized on Monday and pledged that all the contaminated material would be brought under control within 48 hours.
Fonterra CEO apologizes for contamination scare2013-08-05
Theo Spierings, CEO of dairy company Fonterra, apologized to Chinese consumers on Monday for a product contamination scare.
Fonterra's history in China2013-08-05
Fonterra is one of the world's largest dairy processors. It exports a third of New Zealand's milk powder to China. And its chief executive is on his way to China in an attempt to limit the damage from the scandal.
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