The Kasetsart University Dairy Center, 60 Years of Commitment for Society: Expanding its wings toward international brand to emphasize good quality and sustainable development pathway
The Kasetsart University Dairy Center founded from a collaboration between Kasetsart University and the Australian Government under the Colombo Plan. The center started its production in 1963. Currently, the center is a manufacturer and distributor of pasteurized milk products under the name “KU Milk” in the KU Fresh Milk Project. There are 10 flavors which produced by Plate Pasteurization System. The products comply with Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) principles, including other products such as KU drinking water, KU Fresh Milk Smoothie, and frozen yogurt.
In order to celebrate the 60th founding anniversary of the Kasetsart University Dairy Center in2023, the center has a strategy to operate a full business process of the ‘KU Milk’ brand with the aim of expanding it to the international level and delivering good health to the world. The Kasetsart University Dairy Center will bea prototype business unit of KU in the form of a Holding Company, comply with the Bio-Circular-Green Economy or BCG Economy model of Thailand, which is the economic model for sustainable development. This operation perfectly conforms to the ‘KUniverse’ policy of Kasetsart University.
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