Together, the five largest meat and dairy corporations (JBS, Tyson, Cargill, Dairy Farmers of America and Fonterra) are already responsible for more annual greenhouse gas emissions than ExxonMobil, Shell or BP, a new study released on Wednesday (18 July) warns.
Fonterra is “humming” in China, according to a headline in the NZ Herald, although the text of the article beneath it mentioned the “woes” associated with the co-op’s investment in Beingmate.
She says the dairy co-op’s balance sheet is no longer in a position to handle more of the investment culture, while its leadership continues to deny there are any issues with strategic direction.
Regional economic development minister Shane Jones is refusing to make public messages backing his criticism of Fonterra chair John Wilson.
Global Dairy Trade Event 216 concluded with the GDT Price Index down 1.7%
In late June 2008, urology doctor Zhang Wei treated four babies within 10 days—one just 10-months old—for kidney stones.
Despite griping about how much they are paid compared to their Kiwi counterparts, Fonterra’s Australian dairy farmers have been queuing up to supply it with their milk.
French food group Danone is investigating reports that its new Aptamil baby milk formula has made some infants unwell in Britain, but the company has reassured New Zealanders the product is not sold here.
Chinese consumers insatiable appetite for ‘muddy buns’ has led Fonterra’s Edgecumbe factory to commission a new butter line to keep up with demand.
NEW Zealand dairy giant Fonterra has defended paying its Kiwi farmers higher milk prices than its Australian suppliers for a third year running.