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Fonterra under fire over milk scare; more product recalls

WELLINGTON (Reuters) - Fonterra, the world's largest dairy exporter, came under fire from the New Zealand government, farmers and financial regulators for its handling of a food contamination scare that has triggered product recalls and spooked parents from China to Saudi Arabia.


Pahang state government to help Chinese firms in Halal Park

KUANTAN: The Pahang government should assist in getting halal certifications for Chinese firms investing in the state.


‘Grass to glass’ milk tour for ministry officials

PETALING JAYA: Dutch Lady Milk Industries Berhad (Dutch Lady Malaysia), took a group of Education Ministry officials led by P. Kamalanathan, Deputy Minister of Education II, on an insightful “Grass to Glass” educational milk tour, recently.


Argentina seeks to export more food to sanction-hit Russia

BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) - Major world food supplier Argentina will send a trade delegation to Russia next week to try to increase exports to the country, which this month banned many Western products in response to sanctions over its intervention in Ukraine.


Hands-on holiday

A programme for overseas students at a British varsity brought about positive outcomes for Malaysian undergraduates in the fields of business, culture, the environment and volunteerism.

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Asia grapples with food safety as incomes rise

SINGAPORE, Oct 6, 2014 (AFP) - Every morning, food samples are laid out on a long table at a pristine laboratory run by a German firm in Singapore - but they're not meant for chefs or gourmets.


Cream of the crop

One of the largest industries in New Zealand, dairy farming, can trace its roots back to the early 1800s.


Cream of the crop

One of the largest industries in New Zealand, dairy farming can trace its roots back to the early 1800s.


Russia growls across the border as Lithuania readies for euro

KYBARTAI, Lithuania (Reuters) - Geopolitics plague Lithuanians at this frozen Russian border post, where a return trip by car can mean 48 hours of queuing. It is a reminder for some of why the former Soviet republic will cement its move to the West by joining the euro zone next month.


Leader of Latvia's Russian-speakers fears sanctions backfiring

RIGA (Reuters) - It's not so much the risk of conflict with Russia that worries the mayor of the Latvian capital Riga; it's the threat to jobs and investment as EU sanctions on Moscow rebound on the economy of the Baltic state.