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Food News

Curious Cook: Being vegan and other stories

Humans only need tiny amounts of daily protein but we can’t seem to wean ourselves off meat.

Food News

Curious Cook: Autumn tales from rural France

A round-up of some of the observations by the Curious Cook: Chinese and French food, lead in rice and foraging for mushrooms.


New Zealand quarterly growth fastest in two years but challenges loom

WELLINGTON: New Zealand’s economy grew at its fastest in two years last quarter, a surprise result in a gloomy business climate that could spare the central bank from any need to raise the prospect of a rate cut at its monetary policy meeting at the end of the month.


India’s milk powder exports to surge on subsidies, dampen global prices

MUMBAI: A massive milk glut in India could hit international prices for dry milk powder after government subsidies aimed at supporting local farmers look set to spur a ninefold surge in exports, industry officials told Reuters.


Better strategy for cattle farming

From SAM LAU, Kluang, Johor.


Three-in-one gathering of food producers

Ninth edition of Livestock Asia the largest ever as it included aquaculture and fisheries sector for the first time.


Get river buffalo for dairy industry

From M. GANESHADEVA, Retired veterinary surgeon, Kuala Lumpur.

Corporate News

Qatari dairy company battling Arab boycott to go public next year

DOHA: Qatari company Baladna, which is creating a dairy industry in the desert to help the country to cope with a boycott by other Arab states, is planning an initial public offer of its shares (IPO) to raise funds and bring in strategic investors, sources familiar with the matter said.


Malaysian palm oil/Vegoils: Market factors to watch Nov 30

KUALA LUMPUR: The following factors are likely to influence Malaysian palm oil futures and other vegetable oil markets on Thursday Nov 30.


For a Silicon Valley startup, yellow peas are milk’s future

IN recent years, alternative sources of milk have begun to disrupt the dairy industry, from soy to almond to rice. The latest contender for space in your refrigerator is milk made from yellow peas.