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Olam's new Tokoroa dairy plant

Rebecca Howard
Tue, 14 Sep 2021

Olam Food Ingredients NZ operations director Paul Rennie says if you build it suppliers will come. (Photo: Supplied)
Rebecca Howard
Tue, 14 Sep 2021
Olam Food Ingredients is kicking off plans to build its dairy processing facility in Tokoroa and operations director Paul Rennie says talks are already underway with farmers to hammer out supply agreements. “It’s a great site. It’s an 11-hectare site, which is zoned appropriately, and a lot of the consents are in place. So, it’s really tailor-made for this initial investment and then there’s room for future projects and expansion of the site as we grow,” he said.The aim is to commission the first ph...

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