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I-Mei challenges Uni-President's silence over milk LTLT issue

Luis Ko, I-Mei Foods Co., Ltd. general manager, speaks at a press conference July 27, 2006, urging "Ton Yi"  to describe its low-temperature pasteuriz...
Luis Ko, I-Mei Foods Co., Ltd. general manager, speaks at a press conference July 27, 2006, urging "Ton Yi"  to describe its low-temperature pasteuriz...
Luis Ko, I-Mei Foods Co., Ltd. general manager, speaks at a press conference July 27, 2006, urging "Ton Yi" to describe its low-temperature pasteuriza...

I-Mei Foods news conference

Luis Ko, I-Mei Foods Co., Ltd. general manager, speaks at a press conference July 27, 2006, urging "Ton Yi" to describe its low-temperature pasteuriz...

I-Mei Foods news conference

Luis Ko, I-Mei Foods Co., Ltd. general manager, speaks at a press conference July 27, 2006, urging "Ton Yi" to describe its low-temperature pasteuriz...

I-Mei Foods news conference

Luis Ko, I-Mei Foods Co., Ltd. general manager, speaks at a press conference July 27, 2006, urging "Ton Yi" to describe its low-temperature pasteuriza...

Milk producers headed by I-Mei Foods Co. today urged Uni-President Enterprise Corp. to make public its milk pasteurization data to justify its claim that the company was the first producer in Taiwan to use LTLT (low-temperature long-time pasteurization) process.
In a news conference on July 28, Luis Ko, president of I-Mei Foods, openly challenged Uni-President's claim that its milk was made through the LTLT process. Ko also urged Uni-President to stop advertising itself as the first LTLT user in Taiwan as in actuality, the company's pasteurization process could be termed only as HTST (high-temperature short-time pasteurization).
The claim, Ko said, misleads the public and is not fair to other milk producers.
Uni-President, however, kept silent over the call for clarification, only terming the request as a sales tactic by the competitors.


Updated : 2021-10-18 00:29 GMT+08:00