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Saputo Inc., Montreal, announced on March 14 that it will close its cheese manufacturing facility in Warwick, Quebec, Canada, in June 2014.
Speaking during the launch Harsha Moily - Founder and CEO, MYA said, "The fundamental reason for MYA's existence is to create wealth for the rural farmer. The launch of MILK ROUTE goes a long way towards achieving that objective. MILK ROUTE will not only focus on providing the most nutritious milk to the consumer, but will also help in ensuring that the dairy farmer gets a higher share of the end consumer price, as we reach out to urban consumers through our sales & distribution network."
The dairy sector in the Netherlands accounts for about 10% of these exports. Food is the country’s largest industry, accounting for 9.2% of total GDP. The Dutch are quite proud of this huge economic engine and recently hosted a group of international journalists for an in-depth look at Holland’s food industry.
All 350,000 primary school children throughout New Zealand will be offered a free serving of milk every school day from next year, as part of the nationwide Fonterra Milk for Schools program, the dairy co-operative announced this week.
Nestlé has invested in a new production line at its factory in Jamaica which makes Supligen, a milk based drink enjoyed by consumers across the Caribbean. Supligen is a fortified nutritional meal supplement, marketed as a sustained energy release drink for Caribbean consumers since the late 1970s.