Growing appetite in South-east Asia for dairy

US dairy export council urges more American suppliers, traders to explore region as market

The US Dairy Export Council's global trade analyst William Loux and senior vice-president of global ingredients Vikki Nicholson-West, who said: "A number of American suppliers have moved here and opened offices. Going forward, they will be making big
The US Dairy Export Council's global trade analyst William Loux and senior vice-president of global ingredients Vikki Nicholson-West, who said: "A number of American suppliers have moved here and opened offices. Going forward, they will be making bigger investments here." ST PHOTO: KELVIN CHNG

South-east Asia is a rapidly growing market for dairy produce, which is why American suppliers, processors and traders are being increasingly encouraged to look to this region to grow their exports.

The United States Dairy Export Council is getting more companies to explore the region as a dairy market. It is also working with food and beverage companies and institutions here to innovate and include more dairy in food products.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on December 07, 2019, with the headline 'Growing appetite in S-E Asia for dairy'. Subscribe