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China's US$150b dining out scene draws foreign dairy firms

Tuesday, March 7, 2017 - 05:50

Dairy products on display at a training kitchen opened by the Netherland's Royal Friesland-Campina in Shanghai. The Dutch dairy cooperative has joined New Zealand's Fonterra Cooperative Group to teach Chinese chefs how to use milk-based products and incorporate them into popular dishes.


IN AN industrial kitchen in a leafy, residential suburb of central Shanghai, a quiet culinary evolution is taking place.

Beside shelves stacked with butter mounds the size of bread loaves and 5kg cheese wheels, chefs are experimenting with exotic ingredients that their New

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