July 22, 2017 8:05 PM ET

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Company Overview of The a2 Milk Company (Australia) Pty Ltd

Company Overview

The a2 Milk Company (Australia) Pty Ltd produces and supplies dairy milk products. The company provides milk that contains A2 type of beta casein protein; and creams, milk powders, and yoghurt. It markets and sells its products through supermarkets in Australia. The a2 Milk Company (Australia) Pty Ltd was formerly known as A2 Dairy Products Australia Pty Limited. The company was founded in 2007 and is based in North Sydney, Australia. The a2 Milk Company (Australia) Pty Ltd operates as a subsidiary of The a2 Milk Company Limited.

PO Box 1564

North Sydney, NSW 2059

Australia

Founded in 2007

Phone:

61 2 9540 6900

Fax:

61 2 9540 5742

Key Executives for The a2 Milk Company (Australia) Pty Ltd

Executive General Manager
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2017.

The a2 Milk Company (Australia) Pty Ltd Key Developments

a2 Milk Launch of its Full Line of 100% Pure, Natural Cows' Milk into the U.S

a2 Milk announced the beginning of the national launch of its full line of 100% pure, natural cows' milk that is easy to digest. A natural alternative for people with sensitivities to conventional dairy milk - which typically contains the A1 beta-casein, a protein often associated with indigestion and discomfort - a2 Milk offers consumers with perceived lactose sensitivities the opportunity to enjoy the taste and nutritional benefits of real and natural dairy milk. Since the beginning of time, all domesticated cows produced only the A2 type beta-casein protein. Because of a genetic mutation in European herds, another milk protein, A1, appeared and spread worldwide due to human migration and modern farming practices. The majority of milk consumed in America contains the A1 protein often associated with digestion problems or discomfort. Fortunately, due to The a2 Milk Company, people with milk sensitivities, including perceived lactose intolerance, can now see the glass half full – in fact, many consumers who experience discomfort consuming conventional cows' milk find they can enjoy a2 Milk without the downsides. With as much as 1 in 4 Americans potentially misdiagnosing themselves as lactose intolerant when they may be suffering from sensitivity to the A1 protein, a2 Milk is positioned to change the way people consume dairy on global scale.

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