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ASX journey ends for NZ dairy company

Five years after listing across the Tasman as Keytone Enterprises, trading in its shares is suspended with the appointment of receivers.

The ASX company’s Christchurch subsidiary, which announced a contract with Fonterra in May, is not itself in receivership.

Tim Hunter Tue, 29 Aug 2023

A five-year stint on the ASX has come to an abrupt halt for Halo Foods – which floated as New Zealand milk powder packager and marketer Keytone Enterprises in July 2018 – after a severe cash crunch forced the appointment of receivers on Friday.

Christchurch-based Keytone, now a subsidiary of

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