Driven by an ageing global population and a rise in the number of malnourished patients, there is increasing demand for medical nutrition products.
NZMP PriceBreak gives you the benefit of a lower fixed price when you agree a breakpoint, along with security of supply for the duration of the agreement.
Here, grass flourishes, and our cows produce delicious, nutritious milk.
Decades of experience managing the technical, innovation and logistics needs of customers, make NZMP the world leader in dairy.
Racing for Ronald McDonald House, NZMP’s active athletes are leading the way for a good cause.
NZMP Director of Medical Nutrition Maarten van Beek is passionate about the positive effect dairy ingredients can have on the healthy ageing of the world’s population.
NZMP’s Medical Nutrition and Healthy Ageing team talk about how they prepare, develop and deliver ingredients and solutions that make a difference in patients’ lives.
New findings on MFGM proteins help us narrow the compositional and functional gap between breast milk and infant formula.
Noble™ and Cheddar crowned Champions, plus 20 other medals.
Our cheese, butter and cream cheese have together won over 20 medals at the New Zealand Champions of Cheese Awards
NZMP’s Sales Director for Africa is proud to share her passion for dairy.
NZMP General Manager of Europe shares how he’s enjoyed the benefits of the company’s dairy expertise in his own day-to-day life.
Here you will find information on our SureStart™ brand, paediatric ingredients portfolio and the infant nutrition benefit platforms they support.
As an ingredient brand, these materials are meant for B2B customers, suppliers and distributors, and are not intended as information for the final consumer.
We recognise that Breast milk is the best nutrition for a baby. It's full of everything a baby needs to grow and develop in a healthy way, and gives children the very best start in life.
Before using infant formula instead of breast milk, consumers should first speak to a health care professional.
A decision not to breastfeed, or to introduce partial bottle feeding, could reduce supply of breast milk and be a difficult decision to reverse.