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1 Food Safety Export Assurance System Requirements for Dairy Products Confidential to Fonterra Co-operative Group September 2014 Malcolm Bailey – Fonterra Director

2 Page 2 Confidential to Fonterra Co-operative Group 1. Growth rates represent forecast compound annual growth rates. Current volumes are represented by the area of the circles displayed 2. Although strong growth in demand is expected in India, it is expected that the ability to supply into India will continue to be constrained by relatively high barriers to trade for dairy products Source: Fonterra estimates MENA 2% 4% 10% India 2 7% China 4% 2% LATAM 2% ANZ 1% Nth America <1% 1% Europe <1% Outlook to 2020 1 ASEAN 2-3% 4% Demand GrowthSupply GrowthDemand VolumeSupply Volume Outlook to 2020

3 Page 3 Confidential to Fonterra Co-operative Group Dairy farming in New Zealand 4.8 million cows producing 20 billion litres of milk per year Pasture grazing farm model Fertile soils, high rainfall and moderate temperatures Less than 3% of global milk production No Government subsidies Around 90 processing plants in NZ Export to over 100+ countries Sales based on safety and quality Positive regulatory industry relationship Meets the world toughest regulatory and private standards 4.8 million cows producing 20 billion litres of milk per year Pasture grazing farm model Fertile soils, high rainfall and moderate temperatures Less than 3% of global milk production No Government subsidies Around 90 processing plants in NZ Export to over 100+ countries Sales based on safety and quality Positive regulatory industry relationship Meets the world toughest regulatory and private standards

4 Page 4 Confidential to Fonterra Co-operative Group Consumer The Ministry for Primary Industries Sets standards Provides assurances Enforces Recognised Agencies Independent Audits Ensures compliance Dairy Manufacturers & Exporters Risk–based management plans for domestic and export product Adherence to standards The foundation for a successful dairy manufacturing and exporting industry is a regulatory framework that importing countries can trust New Zealand dairy exports are supported by the NZ governments’ commitment to a risk-based regulatory system and standards development programme, underpinned by sound science

5 Page 5 Confidential to Fonterra Co-operative Group The regulatory framework needs to ensure awareness of roles and responsibility across the food chain Bio security Act 1993 Ag Compounds and Vet Medicines Act 1997 Animal Products Act 1999 Animal Products (Dairy) Regulations 2005 MPI registered Risk Management Programme Verification and Audits drives compliance Design, construction & equipment specifications Milk harvesting activities Animal health management Control of chemicals Monitoring of milk quality (including milk cooling) Milk & animal traceability … outlining the legal obligations and duties of farm owners, farm operators, and dairy manufacturers across the food chain. A strong regulatory framework is required…

6 Page 6 Confidential to Fonterra Co-operative Group REGULATORY COMPLIANCE Fully comply with exporting and importing country requirements Customer Expectations Regulatory Requirements Industry Systems Food safety and quality has to be owned by and built in at every step by the Industry Meeting domestic and international regulatory requirements is really just the qualifying criteria - Importance of international harmonisation Sustainable business models are all about consistently meeting and exceeding customer / consumer expectations The Quality Pyramid

7 Page 7 Confidential to Fonterra Co-operative Group. Milk processing and collection: You are only as good as your raw material – quality starts on the farm

8 Page 8 Confidential to Fonterra Co-operative Group Ensuring the quality of our Milk Supply in New Zealand Processors test all loads on arrival against stringent acceptance criteria Farms are contracted to a single processing company All Farms have government approved RMPs - processing companies required to ensure day to day compliance - government audits system compliance All Farms have government approved RMPs - processing companies required to ensure day to day compliance - government audits system compliance Tankers sample and confirm acceptable temperatures

9 Page 9 Confidential to Fonterra Co-operative Group Manufacturing control (including storage) is required to produce food acceptable for international consumption HACCP plans are used to identify, evaluate and control risks from hazards to animal or human health of dairy materials or dairy products during the manufacture, transport or storage of the dairy materials or dairy products in NZ

10 Page 10 Confidential to Fonterra Co-operative Group Product sampling, testing and release best practice Use of accredited laboratories Milk quality tested on farm, on arrival and at time of manufacture Only quality verified ingredients are added Product is released following microbiological, chemical, functional and sensory testing Nutritionals products may include additional customer, regulatory requirements including tighter limits for food safety tests

11 Page 11 Confidential to Fonterra Co-operative Group Exporters must comply with all relevant food laws and regulations of countries you manufacture in, export to, and where products are sold domestically Meet domestic regulatory requirements for export Comply with Overseas Market Access Requirements Gain any required certificates of assurance from the relevant regulatory authority o These generally relate to animal health, heat treatment, chemical residues, micro and truth of labelling

12 Page 12 Confidential to Fonterra Co-operative Group FarmTransportation and Storage ManufacturingExport Traceability across Supply Chain Monitoring, testing and traceability across the supply chain are key elements in providing food safety and quality assurances

13 Page 13 Confidential to Fonterra Co-operative Group Summary Dairy demand is predicted to outstrip supply by 2020 To successfully export dairy you need: –Quality from the start –Food safety standards –An effective industry / regulatory framework –Open marketplace –Quality assurance and traceability

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