The Expo helps New Zealand enterprises develop China’s sheep milk market

According to the reports of China business, Radio New Zealand (rnz), the New Zealand Herald and other platforms, Maui Muyi group, a New Zealand sheep milk enterprise, signed a strategic cooperation agreement with Shanming Food Trading (Shanghai) Co., Ltd. during the fourth Expo.

New Zealand ambassador to China Fu Enlai, who attended the signing ceremony, said he was happy to see New Zealand exhibitors sign contracts with Chinese enterprises to develop China’s sheep milk market.

Chen Liang, the representative of Muyi group, said that the signing of the cooperation agreement means that Maui Muyi sheep milk brand has officially settled in China.

Leah Davey, CEO of Muyi sheep milk, introduced that Maui Muyi sheep milk attracted about 35000 potential customers at this Expo. This time, it signed a contract with a new dealer, mainly for small package sheep milk powder products. China is interested in importing sheep milk because China recognizes the value of sheep milk more than other markets.

It is understood that Maui Muyi sheep milk currently has 13 suppliers in Waikato, a famous agricultural and pastoral area in New Zealand. The number of suppliers will be further increased in the next quarter to expand production.

Source: Economic and Commercial Department of the Embassy in New Zealand

Post time: Nov-24-2021