Dairy products giant Fonterra has suffered another setback due to botulism contamination as Russia, Belarus and Kazakhstan has banned the products of the company. Trade minister Tim Groser has confirmed that the countries have put temporary restriction on Fonterra products while the company has already planned two internal inquiries.
It is growing tougher for the wine industry since the year 2008 as the product is being over supplied in the market whereas its demand has turned weak comparatively. But, recently some hopes of mending have been cited in the industry and so has the confidence of the winegrowers started building up once again.
A beef manufacturer from South Dakota has filed an offensive lawsuit against ABC News, asserting that the new channel wrongly mocked at its beef additive after categorizing it as pink slime.
New Zealand's Fonterra Cooperative Group, which is considered to be the world’s largest dairy exporter, has announced that international milk products price have increased and that for the third time in a row.
A dairy cooperative, Fonterra has been penalized for the harm caused to a worker while working in a cheese factory machine. A trial called over the case has fined Fonterra with $62,500.
It has been informed that in April 2011, the worker of the Fonterra got into the cheese packaging machine when it stopped working because of some technical faults. While the worker was inside the machine, it jump started automatically.
A report has revealed that an Australian snack company, which was earlier being objected for its snack name Nuckin Futs, has finally got the green light to sell its products. However, they would need to ensure that they sell their snacks to only at nightclubs and pubs and should not be marketed to children.