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20130806_26302 : Fonterra CEO apologizes, sees China dairy curbs lifted within days

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  • Fonterra CEO apologizes, sees China dairy curbs lifted within days (2013-08-06)
  • Fonterra, the worlds leading exporter of dairy products, apologised on Monday (5 August 2013) for a milk powder contamination scare in China that risks tainting New Zealands reputation for food safety. Rushing to China, one of Fonterra' biggest markets, CEO Theo Spierings sought to reassure customers, telling local media that processing methods would kill off harmful bacteria. We really regret the distress and anxiety which this issue could have caused, he said. We totally understand there is concern by parents and other consumers around the world. Spierings said Fonterra, a leader in New Zealands $9 billion dairy export trade, was not facing a ban on its products in China, only restrictions on whey protein concentrate. He said he expected the curbs would be lifted early this week, as soon as Fonterra provides Chinese regulators with a detailed explanation of what went wrong.    Photo by Imaginechina
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