Number of locations
The Manildra Group is an Australian agribusiness based in Sydney. It was formed in 1952 when Jack Honan purchased a flour mill in Manildra. In 1966 a starch and gluten plant was established in Auburn. In the early 1970s, further starch plants opened in Bomaderry and Devonport, Tasmania, a glucose plant in Bomaderry and a flour mill in Gunnedah purchased.
In 1985 the Auburn plant closed with operations transferred to Bomaderry. In 1991, Ethanol production commenced in Bomaderry. In July 2014, Manildra diversified into meat production with the purchase of an abbatoir in Cootamundra.
|This article about an Australian corporation or company is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.|