No cream tipped on free trade deals

A shake-up in Western Australia’s dairy industry may be set to deliver for local stakeholders, but the broader sector is unimpressed with free trade commitments made with South Korea and Japan.

On the local front, the biggest development in recent weeks has been the sale of family-run Harvey Fresh to the Australian subsidiary of Italian milk and dairy processor, Parmalat.

The sale, worth $117 million, has been considered good news for the industry as a whole.


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