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Ex-Ziwi staff bolster new Chch pet food cannery Riverland Foods

More than $30m has been sunk into a manufacturing facility that intends to fill a gap in the market.

Riverland Foods head of operations Tom Coughlan with general manager Michael Dance inside the plant.

Kate McVicar Mon, 12 Feb 2024

A state-of-the-art pet food manufacturing facility plans to take advantage of a gap in the market left by North Island players. 

Riverland Foods opened its multi-million-dollar canning facility in Christchurch this month and has further expansion in the pipeline.

Riverland Foods general manager

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Kate McVicar Mon, 12 Feb 2024
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