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Dairy Products China News
|Dairy Products China News|
Published: 12 issues / year
CCM Data & Business Intelligence
Content info: 21 Pages
Recently, Hongxingtai Food and Herds Dairy Longzhou completed construction projects for milk powders and goat formulae, respectively.
In July, environmental approvals have been issued for Qinwang Dairy's 5,000 t/a goat milk powders line and Junlebao Juncheng Dairy's 18,000 t/a whipped cream and 16,000 t/a SMP lines.
In July, Juneyao Health, Yiming Food, Sanyuan Foods, Zhuangyuan Pasture and other public trading dairy firms released performance forecasts for H1 2022 which made for gloomy reading.
Two standards for the detection of goat/sheep milk ingredients were launched on 22 June and took effect on 1 July.
On 28 June, the Hebei Government Office issued a Notice of Supporting Policy for Further Promoting the Revitalisation of the Dairy Industry.
On 4 July, Ausnutria issued a profit warning, anticipating declines in revenue and net profi in H12022, affected by market challenges and its adjusted distribution strategy.
On 5 July, Adopt A Cow issued its prospectus for an IPO on the Shanghai Stock Exchange (SSE)'s main board.
On 30 June, Chevalese Dairy's IPO application was accepted by the Beijing Stock Exchange.
On 1 July, Jule Food filed its 3rd IPO prospectus with the Shenzhen Stock Exchange.
Dairy Products China News provides you with real-time intelligence on China's dairy market.
It is a monthly published newsletter, which can be downloaded in PDF format. The subscription period is yearly, grants the subscriber 12 issues in total.
Demand for dairy products has increased so rapidly in China that the country has become the center of the global dairy market - the main driver of the 'white gold rush' in 2014, and the subsequent crash the following year.
Competition is intensifying as more international dairy companies seek to make their fortunes in this huge market, while domestic players are struggling to remain competitive through M&A, improving raw milk supplies and upgrading processing facilities. Meanwhile, the ecommerce revolution is putting pressure on prices and the government continues to tighten regulations on food safety and imports.
‘Dairy Products China News’ will help you stay ahead of the game in this fast-changing market with real-time reporting on the entire dairy industry chain, from raw milk and milk powder to infant formula, cheese and other end products. This includes: