After strong feedback from loyal customers, Douglasdale Dairy has once again launched their 1-litre bottle of cream in its original eye catching cream-coloured bottle with the customary resealable gold cap, making it stand out from the other white-coloured milk products on shelf.
Dairy creams, with over one third of the total market, showed healthy volume growth for 2012. Non-dairy creams grew relatively slowly.
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Milk dispute breaks out, Namibia
08/11/2013 - 09:33
The Association of Meat Importers and Exporters of Namibia, which represents the interest of dairy and meat importers and exporters, has said that the recent decision by government to limit the amount of milk imported into the country will limit consumer choices.
Milk industry is not dwindling - expert
28/08/2013 - 08:25
Bloemfontein - The expansion of South Africa’s middle class bodes well for milk producers, SA Milk Producers' Organisation CEO Bertus de Jongh said on Tuesday.
Zambeef share price in marginal drop
10/07/2013 - 08:55
Zambeef Products Plc share price on the Lusaka Stock Exchange (LuSE) has declined by two percent over the last few weeks following reports of alleged importation of contaminated beef, Stock Broker Zambia Limited (SBZL) has said.
France's Danone acquires 8.3% stake in Chinese dairy company
29/05/2013 - 09:28
The world's leading yogurt maker Danone announced that it has agreed to acquire a 8.3% stake in the Chinese dairy company Mengniu, and it will establish a joint venture with Mengniu in China.
Kenya's most preferred milk brands
05/04/2013 - 08:50
Molo Milk beats KCC, Brookside as preferred brand
Danone pulls dairy products
19/03/2013 - 13:16
Bucharest - French food industry group Danone said Monday it had withdrawn some of its dairy products from sale in Romania after a potentially carcinogenic substance was found in milk from one of its suppliers.
No food price fireworks ahead - economists
11/02/2013 - 09:11
Johannesburg - There won’t be food price fireworks this year, but the cost of locally produced fresh produce like fruit and vegetables could potentially soar because of increased labour wages, proposed electricity hikes and surging fuel prices.
Nestle Sees 20% China Growth in This Year as Wages Rise
14/09/2012 - 08:47
Nestle (NESN) SA, the world’s largest food company, said China sales will probably grow about 20 percent this year because of rising wages and the government’s policy to boost local consumption.
Clover ups earnings
12/09/2012 - 09:38
Johannesburg – Clover Industries Limited [JSE:CLR] has reported diluted headline earnings per share of 108.7 cents for the year ended June 2012 from 106.2 cents a year ago.
Clover‚ Eqstra renew supply deal
06/06/2012 - 07:52
Johannesburg - Consumer goods and beverages group Clover Industries Limited [JSE:CLR] said on Tuesday it had renewed its outsourcing service agreement with Eqstra [JSE:EQS] Flexifleet for a “substantial period of time” in a move to reduce costs in the supply chain.