China cross-border e-commerce policyJD.com Deputy GM discusses the importance of the China cross-border e-commerce policy to continue to drive Australian sales into China, including a2 Milk™
a2 Milk™ profits due to demand in AsiaRoss Greenwood of Radio 2GB speaks to Peter Nathan, the CEO of a2 Milk™ (ANZ), about their results and demand in Asia…
a2 Milk™ first half profit tripleda2 Milk™, which markets milk with a protein variant said to have health benefits, has more than tripled its first-half profit as demand for its a2 Platinum infant formula surged in Australia, China and at home
Blake Waltrip, CEO a2MC US, featured in Food NavigatorThe FoodNavigator-USA Beverage Entrepreneurs to watch Forum features Blake Waltrip, US CEO of The a2 Milk Company
The a2 Milk Company Whole Milk - This is a HIT!a2 Milk® whole milk scores 93/100 by Phil Lempert, Supermarket Guru
Milk intolerant? Lactose might not be the problemIf dairy products make you feel icky, you could be tempted to write off milk—or go for lactose-free products—forever. But lactose might not be behind your problems
Milk containing only A2 protein doubles disease fighting antioxidantCow's milk containing only A2 protein has been shown to increase the antioxidant glutathione (GSH) that may help strengthen the body's disease-fighting power
a2 Milk™ to launch adult nutrition products in 2017The a2 Milk Company will launch its first adult nutrition products next year as the high-profile dairy group pushes ahead with plans
Radio 2GB Money NewsRoss Greenwood talks with Peter Nathan, CEO of Australia & New Zealand
Profit leap shows a2 Milk™ on track with infant formulaThe a2 Milk Company says strong revenue growth underpinned by booming infant formula sales into China has continued
a2 Milk™ revenue jumps amid new policyThe a2 Milk Company has continued to benefit from a growth in sales in infant formula as their revenue jumped for the first four months of the 2016/17 financial year
a2 Platinum® formula sales surge more than 400%Shopper backlash over $1 dollar supermarket milk and Chinese demand for infant formula has powered the a2 Milk Company's full-year net profit after tax to $30.4 million from a $2.1 million loss last financial year
Two top trends power this year's mega successNew Nutrition Business - a2 Milk's customer base has grown steadily for 10 years, making it one of the world’s most successful dairy businesses
Think you're lactose intolerant?That bloating and distress that used to send you sprinting to the bathroom? It might not be what you think it is.
9NEWS (KUSA) morning editionSee Colorado & Company interview with Blake Waltrip, The a2 Milk Company CEO in the US
10-foot glass of milk makes an appearance at AmericanaAs chief executive of the U.S. division of The a2 Milk Company, Waltrip's goal is to expand awareness in the United States about the brand of milk made only with the A2 protein.
Reputation build's The a2 Milk Company's China marketUsing specialist medical marketers to educate doctors about products being shipped from New Zealand and Australia is a key part of The a2 Milk Company’s strategy in China.
Formula sales boost a2 Milk™ profitAlternative milk company a2 Milk™ said exceptional growth in its infant formula sales had driven its net profit to $30.4 million in the year to June from a $2.1m loss a year earlier.
Bringing food innovation to America’s crowded milk marketa2 Milk's Blake Waltrip, Chief Executive of the USA region, discusses how the distributor plans on bringing the popular drink for the dairy-sensitive to the States
Is a2 Milk™ really super milk?As enamored as Americans are with super milks, there’s one we’ve failed to pick up on that’s more popular abroad: a2 Milk™
a2 Milk™ is smart milk for your dumb stomachBecause a2 Milk™ is still milk with all the same nutrients and not some substitute, you can use it how you’d use regular milk
Supermarket Wars: Milk brands in court over labellinga2 Milk™ is seeking an immediate injunction to have the label on Pura and Dairy Farmers milk permanently removed
a2 Milk™ and Lion Group head to court over product labellinga2 Milk™ has accused Lion Group, which is owned by Japanese brewing giant Kirin Corporation, of engaging in misleading and deceptive conduct by putting a label on its PURA and Dairy Farmers brands
New Zealand's a2 Milk™ lifts forecasts on China demand; shares soara2 Milk™ raised its full-year revenue and profit forecasts on Wednesday as demand from China remains strong, sending its shares soaring as much as 19 percent to their biggest one-day gains in six months
Could a2 Milk™ Solve Lactose Intolerance Symptoms for Some?Pasteurized and free of growth hormones and antibiotics, a2 Milk™ already is filling the glasses of folks in New Zealand, Britain and Australia.
What's wrong with milk from a cow?Last week a study was published that suggested that people who struggle with dairy may be intolerant not to the sugars in milk, but to a protein called A1
a2MC to increase farmgate milk prices, upgrades profit outlookThe a2 Milk Company says sales of its liquid milk products have benefited from the storm that has engulfed the Australian dairy sector and that the group intends to deliver price increases to its farm suppliers in the year ahead
BBC News Features a2 Milk™BBC News discusses the growth of a2 Milk™ and a new study that suggests lactose intolerance symptoms could be triggered by the A1 protein.
a2 Milk™'s push into China bolstered by results of human clinical trialSpeciality milk marketer a2 Milk™ has bolstered its push to sell more products in China through a recently completed human clinical trial
BBC Radio 4 discusses a2 Milk™ on You & YoursYou & Yours discusses new research showing the A1 protein found in regular milk may trigger symptoms of lactose intolerance in many.
a2 milk™ sits well on delicate stomachs: lactose studyNew research launched in Beijing yesterday indicates that the self-diagnosis of a large proportion of populations in Asia, and of 22 per cent of Australians, that they are lactose intolerant, could be mistaken.
Could a protein found in cows' milk be reason why millions believe they can't eat dairy?A PROTEIN found in cows' milk could be the real reason that millions of Britons believe they are unable to eat or drink dairy products, say scientists.
Digestive issues attributed to lactose intolerance may be caused by A1 beta-caseinNew clinical research supports that digestive discomfort may be due to A1 beta-casein protein
The milk that might change everything?a2 Milk™ - milk from cows that only produce A2 beta-casein protein - is set for an April launch in California
New milk featuring an old protein promises big health benefitsDairy products containing only one of two milk proteins might be easier to digest than conventional milk
You're drinking the wrong kind of milkn emerging body of research suggests that many of the 1 in 4 Americans who exhibit symptoms of lactose intolerance could instead be unable to digest A1
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