Sport China Mengniu Dairy and Coca-Cola have signed a global Olympic deal as joint beverages and dairy sponsors starting from 2021 until 2032, the International Olympic Committee said on Monday. 24 Jun 2019 02:36PM Bookmark BERLIN: China Mengniu Dairy and Coca-Cola have signed a global Olympic deal as joint beverages and dairy sponsors starting from 2021 until 2032, the International Olympic Committee said on Monday.Coca-Cola's previous deal ran to 2020. Mengniu is China's top milk products manufacturer.(Reporting by Karolos Grohmann; Editing by Peter Rutherford) … [Read more...] about China Mengniu Dairy, Coca-Cola sign Olympic deal
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Alaska World Milk Day banners proper nutrition, active lifestyle MANILA, Philippines — A lively crowd of 5,600 early-risers composed of kids, teens, students, government employees, and private sector representatives gathered to celebrate the importance of drinking milk and maintaining a healthy and active lifestyle during the Alaska World Milk Day celebrations at the Quezon City Memorial Circle on June 1. The gathering was part of the global observance of World Milk Day, an international day established by the Food and Agriculture Office of the United Nations to promote milk as a global food central to health and well-being across cultures and nations. In the Philippines, Alaska Milk Corporation spearheads World Milk Day festivities for the seventh consecutive year. The annual event reinforces the importance of drinking milk, proper nutrition, and regular physical activity to achieve optimum health. Fun run participants enjoy a serving of Alaska Milk … [Read more...] about Alaska World Milk Day banners proper nutrition, active lifestyle
Vietnam's NutiFood launches dairy factory in Sweden (Philstar.com) - May 31, 2019 - 9:00am STOCKHOLM, Sweden — The tripartite joint venture of Nutifood, Backahill Group, and The Cooperative of Skånemejerier Ekonomisk Förening dairy farms officially announced the operation of NutiFood Sweden AB Dairy Factory on May 27. The announcement was witnessed by Vietnamese Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc, and Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Löfven. Vietnamese Prime Minister Phuc together with his high-ranking delegation came from the invitation of Swedish Prime Minister Löfven to celebrate the 50th anniversary of establishing diplomatic relations between Sweden and Vietnam. NutiFood was the first big dairy enterprise of Vietnam to be invited to the event. NutiFood Sweden AB factory is NutiFood's investment project (owning 50% of the capital) with the Backahill Group of Swedish billionaire Erik Paulsson (25% … [Read more...] about Vietnam’s NutiFood launches dairy factory in Sweden
Singapore's factory output staged a small recovery last month after shrinking a revised 4.3 per cent in March, thanks to growth in the volatile biomedical manufacturing cluster and a fightback in semiconductors. Manufacturing output inched up 0.1 per cent last month compared with the same period last year, according to figures released by the Economic Development Board yesterday. This defied the expectations of analysts polled by Bloomberg, who predicted a fall of 3.5 per cent. However, output was down 2.1 per cent when biomedical manufacturing was excluded. United Overseas Bank economist Barnabas Gan said it remains to be seen if the recovery can be sustained, even though its print of 0.1 per cent year on year is markedly higher than the first quarter's print of negative 0.3 per cent. "We recognise that Singapore had seen a relatively strong manufacturing production environment, especially during the period of May to July 2018, led by a robust semiconductor and biomedical production … [Read more...] about S’pore factory output inches up 0.1% in April
When The Financial Times’ (FT) mail room informed me that two bottles of ice-cold camel milk had arrived, my heart dropped. I had spent weeks researching and championing camel milk’s status as the “future of dairy” to my colleagues; now I had to taste it. As I went to try the surprisingly thick beverage, my nose wrinkled, my lips pursed. I realised that something I had not expected was holding me back: Prejudice.Camels were first domesticated for their milk in 3,000 BC, according to the UN, and the liquid is a staple in parts of the Middle East and North Africa, where it can be cheaper than cow’s milk. Now it is gaining popularity with producers and customers elsewhere, from health nuts in America to farmers in sub-Saharan Africa reckoning with climate change.The milk is low in lactose, allowing it to be digested by people with a dairy intolerance and cutting into the market share of nut milks.Touted by fanatics for its alleged medical benefits and by … [Read more...] about Camel milk could be the future of dairy. Are you ready for a camelcino?