George Weston Foods
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|Products||bread, flour, processed meat|
|Owners||Associated British Foods Plc.|
|Parent||Associated British Foods Plc.|
|Divisions||Baking, Don KRC, Cereform, Jasol|
In 2003, Weston's biscuits were put up for sale in order to consolidate the company's product lines. The majority of Weston's sweet biscuit brands were acquired by Paradise Foods, whilst three of the brands were acquired by Arnott's Biscuits Holdings.
Baking division - The most well known of GWF business divisions, the Baking division is located in Australia and New Zealand and is responsible for some of the most well known brands of bakery products. Brands include Tip Top, Burgen, Ploughmans Bakery and "Two Hands", Golden, Noble Rise and Bazaar. GWF has multiple bakeries over the country, and they are responsible for much of the bread consumed in New Zealand.
Cereform division - Cake and baking pre-mixes to commercial and industrial sectors.
The DON-KRC division produces and distributes fresh and packaged smallgoods products, including strasburg, salami, kabana, frankfurts, ham, bacon, fresh sausages, cheese and other specialty products
The DON KRC division of GWF is based in Castlemaine and generates approximately A$800 million in annual sales.
Weston Cereal Industries (WCI) - flour
|This article relies too much on references to primary sources. (December 2006)|