Malaysia’s Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation has developed a traceability software to track the quality of its premium durians in order to boost exports, reported Fruitnet.
Sarawak is home to a number of diverse ethnic groups, each with its own distinct language culture and lifestyle. It is also the largest state in Malaysia, making up around 37.5 per cent of the country's total area. Sarawak is a nature lover’s dream destination with its protected national parks and ancient rainforests filled with caves, cascading waterfalls, pristine beaches and exotic wildlife. It also has a number of golf courses dotted around Sarawak – from the capital Kuching to Miri, Sibu and Bintulu – all quite unique and diverse in their own way taking advantage of the magnificent jungle, natural terrain and ocean views.
PFP Group, a major Thai frozen seafood processor, plans to set up a halal food plant in Malaysia, estimated to cost 150 million baht (US$4.2 million).
Negeri Sembilan offers a treasure trove of 162 holes in play.
To drive global competitiveness, Malaysia has suggested for a common food safety certification system with its fellow Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) member states.
Nestlé unveiled its new manufacturing facility, the Sri Muda factory in Selangor, Malaysia.
India's overseas purchases of palm oil in the year starting November are set to rise nearly eight percent to a record 10 million tonnes.
The project aims to develop a replicable, self-sustaining process to achieve certified sustainable palm oil production.
The traffic light concept can allow consumers to easily understand a product’s nutrition content and positively impact consumer behaviour.