Milk damage control not good enough - image chairman
Tue, 05 Feb 2013 6:59a.m.
A New Zealand exporter says publicity around the discovery of traces of DCD in milk products has thrown sales to China into disarray.
The Government and other authorities moved into damage control mode last week to provide assurances that the trace amounts posed no danger.
But new image chairman Graeme Clegg says their efforts have not been good enough.
Watch the video to see the interview with Mr Clegg.
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7/02/2013 5:44:32 a.m.
Yeah I thought Joe Key saying it was a negligible amount of contaminant in the milk and it would basically be ok,was pretty lame damage control when I initially heard it. That kind of meaningless statement might work great for his supporters but it doesn't look like any of the international customers were buying his story....no big surprise there. Strike up another blurb of failed spin for the National govt.
6/02/2013 9:50:09 a.m.
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