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Saputo is not taking any milk from Chilliwack farm and leads push for strict reform
By DBR Staff Writer
Saputo Inc announces it is not accepting milk from Chilliwack Cattle Sales and is leading push for strict reform.
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Arla opens milk processing facility in Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire
By DBR Staff Writer
Global dairy company and co-operative Arla has opened its new £150m fresh milk processing facility in Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, which can process up to 240,000l of milk per hour and one billion liters annually.
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Russia bans milk imports from Ukraine
By DBR Staff Writer
Russia’s consumer protection agency Rospotrebnadzor has imposed a ban on Ukrainian milk product imports from six dairy producers in the country.
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Crediton Dairy adds 25 new milk suppliers
By DBR Staff Writer
British dairy establishment Crediton Dairy has selected dairy farmers supplying Torridge Vale to supply milk.
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Fonterra opens new Dairy Exchange Centre in China
By DBR Staff Writer
Fonterra, a New Zealand-based dairy co-operative, has opened the China-New Zealand Dairy Exchange Centre in Beijing to boost the sustainable development of the dairy industry in both countries.
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Danone to acquire additional stake in China Mengniu Dairy for EUR486m
By DBR Staff Writer
French dairy major Danone, along with COFCO Dairy Investments, has agreed to pay around €486m to increase its stake in Chinese dairy firm China Mengniu Dairy, in a move to further strengthen its presence in the country.
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William Hui to purchase Australian milk supplier for $70m
By DBR Staff Writer
William Hui, a Hong Kong-based investor, has entered into a sale agreement for the purchase of Australian milk supplier United Dairy Power (UDP) for $70m.
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DFA acquires milk processor Oakhurst Dairy
By DBR Staff Writer
Dairy Farmers of America (DFA), a national milk marketing cooperative, has acquired Oakhurst Dairy, a milk processor in the country.
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Meijer plans to develop $100m dairy plant in US
By DBR Staff Writer
Meijer, an American grocery chain, is planning to develop a new $100m dairy production plant in Tipp City of Miami County, Ohio.
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Tetra Pak debuts Tetra Therm Aseptic Flex with enhanced features
By DBR Staff Writer
Tetra Pak, a Switzerland-based provider of food processing and packaging solutions, has launched Tetra Therm Aseptic Flex with improved features.
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Fonterra raises $207m to develop Chinese operations
By DBR Staff Writer
Fonterra, a New Zealand-based dairy co-operative, has raised around NZD250m ($207m), under a five year dim sum bond issue, in a move to develop its business in China.
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ARC Capital to divest stake in Ningxia Xiajin Dairy for $30m
By DBR Staff Writer
ARC Capital Holdings, an Investment firm, has signed a definitive agreement with Prospect Link, in a move to divest its entire stake in Ningxia Xiajin Dairy for $30m.
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Saputo to acquire Scotsburn fluid milk business for $61m
By DBR Staff Writer
Saputo, a Canada-based dairy processor, has entered into an agreement with Scotsburn Co-Operative Services to acquire the latter's fluid milk business for around $61m.
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Vinamilk to invest $23m in Cambodian milk processor Angkor Dairy Products
By DBR Staff Writer
Vietnam-based dairy producer Vinamilk has received an overseas investment certificate from the country’s Ministry of Planning and Investment to invest $23m in Cambodian milk processor Angkor Dairy Products.
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Danone ends existing supply contract with Fonterra
By DBR Staff Writer
French dairy major Danone has terminated its supply contract with Fonterra, a New Zealand-based dairy co-operative, following an alert concerning a possible contamination of certain ingredients in August 2013.
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