CHINA: Bright Dairy plans 40% capacity increase

By Katy Askew | 3 January 2014

Bright Dairy & Food Co., the dairy unit of Chinese food giant Bright Food, has signalled it plans to invest in driving growth across its business by increasing production capacity by 40%.

just-food articles are only available to registered users and members.

Join now for increased access

There are various access options to choose from. All provide instant access to the latest news, insight and expert analysis.

If you’re already a member, login here.

Bright Dairy & Food Co., the dairy unit of Chinese food giant Bright Food, has signalled it plans to invest in driving growth across its business by increasing production capacity by 40%.

  • Unlimited access to all the latest global food news and insight
  • Expert analysis that puts the news into context
  • Exclusive interviews with leading industry figures
  • Monthly management briefings with detailed analysis on hot topics
  • Personalised RSS feeds and email newsletters
  • 10-year archive of news, insight and intelligence
  • Discounts on just-food market research
  • Plus much more

If you’re already a member, login here

Not what you were looking for?

Search just-food:

More articles related to this one

Editor's choice: the highlights on just-food last week
Olive oil giant Deoleo this week announced its board had backed a takeover bid from private-equity giant CVC Capital Partners. Elsewhere, Mondelez International announced plans for another plant in Russia and the political party that looks set to be the major party in India's next government said it would ban foreign supermarkets entering the country's retail sector.

Quote, unquote: just-food's week in words
Food retailers eyeing India would have been surprised to hear the BJP political party, tipped to lead the country's next government, publish a tough stance on foreign investment in its retail sector. Nestle CEO Paul Bulcke hinted the food giant could be looking at further disposals and Wal-Mart said more affordable organic groceries would be available in the US after a tie-up with the recently-revived Wild Oats brand.

Deal or no deal: Analysts divided on Dorset Cereals sale
Toward the end of last week Kellogg, Weetabix and Associated British Foods were all named as potential suitors looking to buy UK cereal brand Dorset Cereals from Wellness Foods. Hannah Abdulla looks at where Dorset Cereals could next end up.

Market research related to this article

Bright Dairy & Food Co., Ltd. : Consumer Packaged Goods - Company Profile, SWOT & Financial Report
"Bright Dairy & Food Co., Ltd. : Consumer Packaged Goods - Company Profile, SWOT & Financial Report" contains in depth information and data about the company and its operations. The profile contains a company overview, key facts, major products and s...

Yogurt Market in China to 2016
The report presents detailed data on consumption trends in the Yogurt category in China, analyzing consumption volumes and values at segment level. It also provides indispensable data on distribution channels, profiles of companies active in the Dair...

Butter & Spreadable Fats Market in China to 2016
The report presents detailed data on consumption trends in the Butter & Spreadable Fats category in China, analyzing consumption volumes and values at segment level. It also provides indispensable data on distribution channels, profiles of companies ...

Welcome to the home of food information, insight & intelligence

Not a member? Join here

Decrease font sizeDecrease font sizeDecrease font size Increase font sizeIncrease font sizeIncrease font size Comment on this article Email this to a friend Print this page