Malaysia’s Rhone Ma Holdings Bhd, which offers end-to-end animal health solution, said it will delay the production of A2 milk to November or December, reported Focus Malaysia citing Rhone Ma managing director Dr Lim Ban Keong. The delay was due to disruption caused by the movement control order (MCO).
The target is to produce up to 70,000 litres of A2 protein milk a month by the end of 2020. The company has already imported 95 cows from Australia, which arrived in June 2020.
The company is looking at having its own brand of A2 protein milk.
The production of A2 milk in Malaysia is minimal. Eco Farm Solutions, Sarawak’s first commercial dairy farm, launched its A2 milk in the market in 2018. DiamondPure is another local player selling a range of premium A2 milk primarily in the Klang Valley region.