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New Zealand Infant Formula Exporters Association

17 September 2012

Media Release

New Zealand Infant Formula Exporters Association

The New Zealand Infant Formula Exporters Association, to be branded as “Infant Formula New Zealand”, was formed last week.

The purposes of the Association are to represent and protect the interests of New Zealand Infant Formula Exporters. To do this, the Association intends to develop an accreditation process for approved export brands. It has a preference to be self-regulated, and is looking for a close partnership with Government.

The founding members are Avante International, Biolife NZ, Carrickmore Nutrition, Homecare, Naturlait, NCA International, NZFF, Oohc-Oohc, Realize Asia and NZ Yum Yum Milk.

Michael Barnett was elected as the Independent Chairman.

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