Food industry news of the week - Australia dairy sector probe, Unilever on Israel production, China's duties on US poultry to continue
The Australian government this week announced plans for an investigation into the country's dairy sector in the wake of price cuts from processing giants Fonterra and Murray Goulburn for the price they pay for milk. Unilever said it continues to manufacture in Israel as the business recovers from the revelation cereal contaminated with salmonella was shipped to retailers. The spat between China and the US over the trade in poultry products continued with Beijing set to continue its anti-subsidy duties on certain imports from the US.
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