New spray dryer planned at Waikato Innovation Park as sheep milk ramps up

Rebecca Howard
Mon, 22 Jan 2018

By Rebecca Howard Jan. 22 (BusinessDesk) - A new $45 million food spray dryer is being planned for Food Waikato as demand from the sheep milk industry ramps up, says Waikato Innovation Park chief executive Stuart Gordon.  Food Waikato, which is located at Waikato Innovation Park, currently has one open access development spray dryer, which came online five years ago and is now running at capacity.  According to Gordon, the existing dryer processes about 900,000 litres of sheep milk each year and that is expected to double in the 2019/2020...

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