Thursday, 01 November 2018 11:54

Fonterra links Germany, China

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Fonterra launched Anchor Pure Up drinking yoghurt in China.

One consumer tweeted that it tastes very different from Fonterra yoghurt available in New Zealand supermarkets. But it suits the Chinese market.

And, unlike most Anchor products, this one isn’t made in NZ, but in Germany!

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