Sweden's milk war is now being played out on television.
After an uninspiring ten months, the start of 2015 has understandably created a great deal more optimism on the sellers’ side of global dairy markets.
New Zealand infant formula exports to China have been given a boost with the launch last week of a new pilot project to test products here instead of there.
A Kiwi company specialising in selling milk products to China is planning a major expansion and is planning to raise $10 million to do this.
Giesen Wines is earning a growing following in China, where it has been exporting for the past five years.
Not every day do you hear of Fonterra working with smaller players in the competitive global market. A case in point – China.
Auckland exporter Biopure Health is welcoming in the Chinese New Year by securing a hold in China’s tough new infant formula market.
The New Zealand China Council is backing the findings of a report that affirms our future lies with China despite an economic slowdown there.
An international winemaking competition in China has been won by a Marlborough man, with a second Marlborough winemaker also taking one of the top three places.
The Ministry for Primary Industries denies holding ‘special’ meetings with New Zealand dairy product makers in the light of claims that China has rejected 60 batches of our dairy products in the past year.
In the first part of this series, we looked at the importance of having a brand strategy when marketing and selling your wine in China. In this issue, we explore counterfeit wine in China and what measures are being taken to combat this problem.