Primary Sector

Dairy companies seek approval for baby milk exports

Rebecca Howard
Mon, 30 May 2022

Dairy companies seek approval for baby milk exports
Both companies say they are standing by to help as parents grapple with the shortage. (Image: Unsplash)
Rebecca Howard
Mon, 30 May 2022
Both Fonterra and A2 Milk have applied to the US Food and Drug Administration for approval to supply infant formula to the US.“We do not currently have a finished infant formula supply chain in the US for a number of reasons, including traditionally onerous FDA registration requirements,” said Simon Tucker, Fonterra’s director global sustainability, stakeholder affairs & trade.Earlier this month, the FDA eased import restrictions, due to a massive shortage of baby formula in the US.“In light of the current situation...

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