Self-developed Milk Powder Comes to Local Market

CHINA - The city of Wuxi, Jiangsu province, hosted a press conference yesterday to announce that its self-developed milk powder "Carecoming", based in New Zealand, Australia, has come to the local market, the Wuxi Daily reported.
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Carecoming is a self-owned brand of the Wuxi Modern Agricultural Research Institute (WXMAR) registered in New Zealand.

The company cooperates with New Image Group, the biggest milk powder processor in New Zealand, to set its material supply base there and then brings retail dairy products into China.

At the conference, WXMAR president Ma Qiming demonstrated five innovative achievements in dairy products and released six self-owned brands based on Carecoming milk powder, three of which are specially designed for Chinese people.

The milk powder has gone through two quality tests in each country.

The company has also released six co-branded infant formulas.

It was announced at the press conference that a Carecoming milk powder festival will take place from 12 to 31 December.

Special good news for Wuxi residents is that all the dairy products released at the conference will be available to Wuxi residents at discounted prices during that period.

Several government officials attended the activity and praised the innovative achievements as well as the global vision of WXMAR, which have improved the city’s modern agricultural industry.

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