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Olam plans to build dairy plant in South Waikato

Rebecca Howard
Tue, 13 Jul 2021

Dairy remains an attractive investment for international interests (Image: Getty)
Rebecca Howard
Tue, 13 Jul 2021
Singapore’s Olam International said it is progressing plans to directly invest in its own dairy processing facility in New Zealand.“The plant development is in the early stages, we are recruiting for our New Zealand team, and a formal announcement is planned in the coming months,” said Naval Sabri, senior vice president, Olam Food Ingredients. The plant will be built in Tokoroa in the south Waikato. According to Sabri, there is “a strong and growing demand from our global customers for high quality, New Zealand...

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