NEW ZEALAND: Fonterra sells first organic products
New Zealand dairy giant Fonterra has sold its first organic products, which have been in the pipeline since July. Fonterra subsidiary NZMP has produced 40 tonnes of organic cheese at its Hautapu factory since last month, most of which is destined for sale in New Zealand. NZMP has also been producing 14 tonnes of organic skim and wholemilk powder every two days at its Waitoa factory, also destined for sale in New Zealand.
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