- Last Friday, Australian Dairy Nutritionals Group’s (ASX:AHF) Yaringa Farm became certified organic
- Receiving the ‘certified organic’ tick gives its customers assurance that the milk is 100 per cent certified organic
- It also means the milk is suitable to be used in organic production systems certified to the national and export standard
- The dairy company is now fitted to sell milk to non-regulated markets outside the country, such as Singapore, Malaysia and Hong Kong
- Following this success, Aus Dairy will seek organic certification for all of its Australian farms
- Company shares are up 4.76 per cent today and trading for 11 cents each
On Friday November 22, Australian Dairy Nutritionals Group’s Yaringa Farm achieved organic certification.
The Yaringa Farm is located in the heart of the ‘Golden Triangle’ in Nirranda South, Victoria.
Receiving the ‘certified organic’ tick provides the company’s customers with third party assurance that the milk is 100 per cent certified organic.
It also ensures the milk is suitable for use in organic production systems certified to the National Standard for Organic and Biodynamic Produce (Export Standard) and the equivalent Australian domestic standard, AS6000.
The Export Standard allows the Group to sell milk from Yaringa Farm into any domestic market as well as all Non-Regulated Markets outside Australia such as Singapore, Malaysia and Hong Kong.
Previously named Australian Dairy Farms Group, Australian Dairy Nutritionals is a trusted source of premium quality branded dairy products using milk sourced fresh from its farms.
The organic milk will be used to manufacture the company’s milk products as well as contract packing arrangements with brand owners.
Australian Dairy Nutritionals is still working on getting its other farms organic certification with 2021 being the expected period.
Once the company’s farms have all received this tick of certification, it will be one of Australia’s largest wholly-owned organic farming enterprises.
Additionally, the dairy company will apply for certification to the Chinese national standard for organic compliance to export its organic milk powders and infant formulas to China.
Following this success, Australian Dairy Nutritionals is up 4.76 per cent and shares are trading for 11 cents each at 11:02 am AEDT.