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Companies need to adopt a 'China first' strategy to succeed

The new Chinese economy: Emerging, emerged, disruptive...

By Kacey Culliney

China is not an emerging market; it is well and truly emerged and continues to change at a rapid pace that will go on disturbing the global food and beverage market for years to come, according to expert.

Thai government agency to help rice production following destructive floods

Thailand to help farmers ramp up rice production

By Jennifer Phang

The recent deluge of rain in Thailand will not hamper overall rice production in 2011 as farmers will be aided by the National Science and Technlology Development Agency (NSTDA) to increase rice production with better quality seeds.

Coca Cola's strawberry flavoured Minute Maid drink deemed safe

Coca Cola drinks deemed safe after fatal poisoning

By Jennifer Phang

Coca Cola China has declared its products safe following one death and three other serious incidences of poisoning connected to the consumption of its strawberry flavoured Minute Maid milk drink.

400,000 cans are being recalled

Radiation detected in Japanese baby formula

By Nilpa Shah

Meiji Holdings Co. has announced that traces of the radioactive substance Cesium have been found in its baby milk powder amid suspicions that contamination occurred during the drying process.

Indian government to boost production of protein-rich foods

India to push production of milk, eggs, meat and fish

By Ankush Chibber

The Indian government is considering boosting production of protein-rich food such as meat, fish, eggs and milk in a bid to curb inflation – with the prime minister involved in discussions.

Global scheme to set out sustainable rice standards

Global sustainable rice scheme launched

By Kacey Culliney

An international system has been launched that will establish environmental standards for sustainable rice production in a bid to increase rice yields.

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