Ausnutria Dairy Corporation Ltd ("Ausnutria" or the "Company", together with its subsidiaries, collectively the "Group") is a leading dairy industry company with production facilities principally based in the Netherlands. Listed on The Stock Exchange of Hong Kong Limited in October 2009 (Stock code: 1717), the Group’s activities range from the research and development, milk collection, processing, production, packaging, marketing and sales of dairy products to the People’s Republic of China ("PRC"), Europe, North America, the Middle East, Russia & Commonwealth of Independent States and other countries.
Founded in 2003, the Group commenced business by importing high-quality premium paediatric milk formula from Australia for sale and distribution in the PRC. In 2011, Ausnutria invested in its upstream business by acquiring the controlling interests in Ausnutria Hyproca B.V. ("Ausnutria Hyproca") which has international presence and expertise in the international paediatric nutritional products business and milk source and production facilities. Based in the Netherlands, its quality milk supply is highly recognized as among the best in the world.
Since then, Ausnutria has become one of the very few Chinese corporations to own and operate a comprehensive production chain in the industry from milk collection, production and packaging to marketing and sales. This enables Ausnutria to have total control over the entire production and distribution process of its dairy products.
The Group sells its products under its own brands, including the A-choice Series, Allnutria Series (including Allnutria Organic Series), the Puredo Series and the Hyproca 1897 Series for cow milk-based infant formula, and the Kabrita Series for goat milk-based infant formula. Except for Kabrita which is distributed globally, most of the own brand cow milk infant formulas (which are all produced overseas) are principally designated for consumers located in the PRC. In addition, the Group also sells its products under contract manufacturing and private label arrangements for its worldwide customers.