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New Milk celebrated being a finalist in "ExportNZ Awards 2017"

New Milk was one of three finalists, with the eventual winner Fonterra, New Zealand’s largest company. David Spurway CEO of NZ New Milk said, “The event celebrated innovation, strategy and companies producing high quality products for export. Being a finalist was an achievement in itself. The judges said they were particularly impressed with our dedication and drive to sustainable and long term growth strategies.”

All three finalists had forged quality export in sensitive food categories. The presenters regularly referenced the company’s innovation which was strongly linked to success. David says, “We must not only continue to produce quality products at the highest ethical standard, but our long-term success will be determined by innovation in supply chain, market activities, and our products.”

New Milk grows turnover to $75m in five years

-Stuff News by SUSAN EDMUNDS (last updated 13:45, 2 June 2017)

Infant formula firm NZ New Milk had its first brush with the ExportNZ awards in 2012 when it was a finalist in the emerging exporter category.

It had just a couple of staff and had not started to turn a regular profit.

Now, five years later, it is back as a finalist. But this time, it is in the category for exporters with revenue of more than $25 million a year.

New Milk celebrated the opening of the extended manufacture facility

On 12 May 2016, New Milk celebrated the official opening of the extended Infant Formula Manufacture facility in Auckland.

The state-of-the-art facility was opened by the Prime Minister of New Zealand John Key.

Chinese Consulate General Xu Erwen attended the ceremony and made speech.

Aspen reveals China infant formula ambitions following NZNM investment

-Dairy Report by  Mark Astley ( 03 Nov 2014)

South African pharmaceutical giant Aspen has set its sights on China after agreeing to acquire a 50% stake in infant formula manufacturer, New Zealand New Milk (NZNM).