By Webteam - 18th June 2017 6:08am
Audlem based dairy company NEMi is in discussions to begin selling their milk to China.
Working in association with a team at Reaseheath College, the company is hoping to become the first to export Fresh Milk to what is the world's third largest economy.
Andrew Henderson, managing director of NEMI Dairy, told the Farming Life publication: "Due to time and distance it takes to cross continents, there is an issue with getting fresh milk to China but we've come up with a process that not only has the extended shelf life, but makes sure the milk maintains that fresh taste."
He added "if given the go-ahead to supply to China, it would make a huge difference to British dairy farmers."
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