Wednesday, March 21, 2007

I like Chinese cheese, the food that's guaranteed to please

You don't have to be a genie to know that China will someday dominate the cheese market.

China's biggest domestic cheese producer, Bright Dairy, has invested in a new production line for sliced cheese to increase its profits from this growing, niche market.

The company has imported cheese from New Zealand since 1998 and also contracted an Australian dairy to produce cheese for sale under its own brand in China.

But in April [2006] it started production of sliced and cream cheese at its Shanghai plant, thanks to a new production line imported from Germany last year.


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