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China accelerates innovation to achieve higher quality in dairy sector

Cow Milk
Dairy
China
Market & Price Trends
Innovation & Technology
Published Nov 23, 2023

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China's per capita consumption of dairy products lags behind the global average, and the country is focusing on promoting the high-quality development of the dairy sector. The Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences has launched scientific and technological innovation projects in the dairy industry, with a focus on areas such as breeding, nutrition, and quality control. To further promote the sector's development, China is seeking to strengthen international academic exchanges and cooperation through platforms like the International Symposium on Dairy Cow Nutrition and Milk Quality.
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To continue reading the article, log in with your account or register on MilkPoint. Get access to exclusive content! China's per capita consumption of dairy products, compared with the world average, still has a large gap. In recent years, China has accelerated scientific and technological innovation, and for three consecutive years, the national high-quality milk project has been included in the National Nutrition Program, focusing on promoting the high-quality development of the dairy sector. Sun Tan, vice-president of the Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences (CAAS), said milk is an important source of nutrients to strengthen the nation and protect health. In recent years, China's demand for dairy products has gradually increased, and researchers have accelerated scientific and technological innovation to promote the high-quality development of the dairy sector. According to reports, in 2013, the Chinese Academy of ...
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