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The test allows the company to certify milk producers as producing milk that does not metabolise to β-casomorphin 7.

While African and Asian cattle continue to produce only A2 beta-casein, the A1 version of the protein is common among cattle in the western world.

Cows' milk is about 87 percent water and 13 percent solids—the solids being a combination of fat, carbohydrates in the form of lactose, minerals, and protein.

The major component of the milk proteins is casein; in turn about 30-35 percent of the casein (equivalent to two teaspoons in a litre of milk) is beta-casein, of which there are several varieties, determined by the genes of the cow.

In New Zealand it is illegal to make health claims about a food product without providing scientific evidence and registering the food as a medicine, and in November 2003 the New Zealand Commerce Commission advised that A2 Corporation Ltd and its licensed A2 producers had agreed to amend the health claims in their promotional material following a warning from the commission.

Shortly thereafter, an Australian company called A2 Dairy Marketers licensed patent rights and the A2 trademark from A2 Corporation and started offering Australian dairy farmers a premium price for their milk, if it was shown to be pure A2.

A2 Corporation set up a new subsidiary and licensee, A2 Australia, to market and produce its product.

A2 Australia established new contracts with the dairy farmers who had A2 herds, promising better payment terms—a week in advance instead of once per month, after shipment.

However the launch of the milk was delayed by opposition from Fonterra, which had contracts with about 98% of New Zealand dairy farms.

These contracts were protected under New Zealand law by the Dairy Industry Restructuring Act of 2001.

The Dennistons and A2 Dairy Marketers marketed milk with predominantly A2 protein boldly, touting its safety and the dangers of A1 milk.

However, Australian laws forbid companies from making misleading health claims about food, and in September 2004, A2 Dairy Marketers in Australia was fined ,000 after it pleaded guilty to six breaches of those laws.

In December, A2 Corporation sold its interests in A2 Australia to Fraser & Neave, a food marketing giant in Asian markets, for about

A2 Australia established new contracts with the dairy farmers who had A2 herds, promising better payment terms—a week in advance instead of once per month, after shipment.

However the launch of the milk was delayed by opposition from Fonterra, which had contracts with about 98% of New Zealand dairy farms.

These contracts were protected under New Zealand law by the Dairy Industry Restructuring Act of 2001.

The Dennistons and A2 Dairy Marketers marketed milk with predominantly A2 protein boldly, touting its safety and the dangers of A1 milk.

However, Australian laws forbid companies from making misleading health claims about food, and in September 2004, A2 Dairy Marketers in Australia was fined $15,000 after it pleaded guilty to six breaches of those laws.

In December, A2 Corporation sold its interests in A2 Australia to Fraser & Neave, a food marketing giant in Asian markets, for about $1.1 million.

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A2 Australia established new contracts with the dairy farmers who had A2 herds, promising better payment terms—a week in advance instead of once per month, after shipment.However the launch of the milk was delayed by opposition from Fonterra, which had contracts with about 98% of New Zealand dairy farms.These contracts were protected under New Zealand law by the Dairy Industry Restructuring Act of 2001.The Dennistons and A2 Dairy Marketers marketed milk with predominantly A2 protein boldly, touting its safety and the dangers of A1 milk.However, Australian laws forbid companies from making misleading health claims about food, and in September 2004, A2 Dairy Marketers in Australia was fined $15,000 after it pleaded guilty to six breaches of those laws.In December, A2 Corporation sold its interests in A2 Australia to Fraser & Neave, a food marketing giant in Asian markets, for about $1.1 million.

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