Food Beverage & Tobacco
Bega Cheese (BGA) is an Australian company engaged in manufacturing, processing, cutting and packaging cheese products, as well as processing other high value dairy products. The company offers a variety of cheese selection from tasty to vintage cheese, light to full fat, from blocked, sliced to cubed cheeses, and from processed to kids string. Located in Bega Valley, New South Wales, Bega Cheese has five manufacturing sites across NSW and Victoria. It was listed on the Australian Securities Exchange on August 19, 2011.
CRW Holdings (CRW), formerly Cockatoo Ridge Wines Limited, is engaged in producing and selling table and sparkling wines domestically, through an Australia-wide distribution agreement and abroad, with a focus on Western Europe, the United States and selected Asian markets. CRW was listed on the Australian stock market on 3 May, 1989.
MSF Sugar (MSF) is an integrated grower, processor, marketer and exporter of raw sugar. Now based at Gordonvale just south of Cairns in Far North Queensland, their major milling assets are located in this region and the Fraser Coast region in South Eastern Queensland.
MSF Sugar was listed on the Australian Securities Exchange under the code MSF on 24 August 1971. They are majority Australian owned and Australian managed.
Treasury Wine Estates (TWE) is engaged in international wine business. Managed as four regional businesses in Australia and New Zealand, The Americas, Europe, Middle East & Africa and Asia, TWE is a unique company with a leading international portfolio of new world wines.
The Treasury Wine Estates portfolio includes iconic brands such as Beringer, Chateau St. Jean, Lindemans, Wolf Blass, Penfolds, Rosemount, Wynns Coonawarrra Estate, Stags’ Leap Winery, Matua Valley, Etude, Castello di Gabbiano, Australia’s Seppelt, Coldstream Hills, and Devil’s Lair.
Anatolia Energy (AEK) is a wine brand seller. Some wines products include: 101-the Reserve Label for Alexandria Bridge, and Chestnut Grove - producer from Margaret river. The business philosophy is to develop independent premium wine brands under the control of AWL, preserving their individual character whilst utilising group operations.
Viterra (VTA) is Canada's leading agribusiness, with operations in Western Canada, the United States, Japan, Singapore and Geneva. Viterra is a highly diversified company involved in five major areas of business: grain handling and marketing, agri-products, agri-food processing, feed manufacturing and financial products. Investors can trade Viterra shares on the Australian Stock Exchange (ASX).
Brand New Vintage (BNV), formerly Global Wine Ventures (GWV) is a wine production company located in the Margaret River region of Western Australia and McLaren Vale region of South Australia. The company is focusing on producing premium brands of wine. Investors can trade Brand New Vintage shares on the Australian Stock Exchange (ASX).
Oz Brewing (OZB) is an Australia-based company engaged in development of a microbrewery and bar/restaurant in Fremantle, Perth Western Australia. It operates in Perth, Western Australia. The Company is operating in the beverage industry. It was listed on Australian Stock Market (ASX) on 27 December, 2006. The Company's wholly owned subsidiaries include Mad Monk Pty Ltd (Mad Monk) and Black Sheep Brewing Pty Ltd.
Tandou (TAN) is involved in the production & marketing of irrigated crops including Pima & upland cotton, Durum wheat & Malting barley, wine grapes, stone & pome fruit, Merino wool and operation of cotton gin & winery. The Company listed on Australian Stock Exchange (ASX) on 26 November, 1987.
Constellation Brands (CBR) is one of Australia's largest wine producers with a broad geographic spread of vineyard and winery facilities across Australia's major wine regions. The company was listed on the Australian Stock market (ASX) on 7 April, 2003. The group has a comprehensive portfolio of brands covering a diverse range of styles and price points that are distributed through a global network of sales and marketing offices.
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