Dutch Lady Milk Industries Berhad respects and takes all necessary steps to fulfil our legal obligations.
Comply with legal requirements in all jurisdication in which the organisation operates, even if those laws and regulations are not adequately enforced.
Ensure that our relationships and activities comply with the intended and applicable legal framework.
Inform employees about recent and relevant laws and regulations and ways in which they can comply.
Periodically review compliance with applicable laws and regulations, including those outlined in Malaysia Food Act 1983 and Regulation 1985, as well as in management systems covering areas of quality, safety and Halal practices.
Uphold and maintain the quality of our products by ensuring food products are prepared and manufactured to the apropriate standards using quality ingredients.
Keep abreast of legal obligations within the regulatory network and we are involved with industry associations and other memberships.
We recognise that maintaining the trust and confidence of our stakeholders is crucial. One of the ways we intend to merit this trust is by conducting ourselves according to the principles and standards in our Halal Policy:
Dutch Lady Milk Industries Berhad and all its employees are committed to providing Halal products to its consumers by adhering to the Halal requirements which set high standards for hygiene, quality, safety and sanitary conditions.
DLMI has an Internal Halal Committee responsible for all matters pertaining to Halal.
We are committed to manufacture, import and distribute products which are in compliance with the requirements of JAKIM or other authorised Islamic certification bodies.
As a JAKIM accredited ‘HALAL’ premise, we comply to the following requirements:
Good Manufacturing Practices
for foods within
Ethical practices in the marketing of infant products
As a responsible organisation, Dutch Lady Milk Industries Berhad works with various stakeholers to uphold the credibility of the infant and young child nutrition industry in the country. We support all initiatives that promote and educate the public about the unsurpassed benefits of breastfeeding.
We believe breastfeeding is the best and most natural way to ensure normal health and development of infants during at least the first six months of life under the recommendation of the World Health Organisation (WHO). Breast milk is recognised as the gold standard for infant nutrition and its short- and long-term health benefits are well documented.
In Malaysia, the National Breastfeeding Policy is in line with the WHO and UNICEF recommendation. The Code of Ethics for the Marketing of Infant Foods and Related Products (Malaysia Code), governed by the Malaysia Ministry of Health, outlines ethical procedures on marketing practices pertaining to infant product.
Most importantly, we are committed to the compliance of Malaysia’s Code of Ethics for the Marketing of Infant Foods and Related Products. As part of our support of that, we have put in place a corporate policy and guidelines for the marketing of infant foods called “Do’s & Don’ts” that adhere to WHO and National code provisions, complete with a proper monitoring system and appropriate counter measures are taken to ensure compliance.