NH Foods Australia Pty Ltd is a wholly owned subsidiary of the NH Group, a publicly listed company and Japan’s leading company in the fresh meat, ham and sausage industry.

NH Foods Australia Pty Ltd is a wholly owned subsidiary of the NH Group, a publicly listed company and Japan’s leading company in the fresh meat, ham and sausage industry.

Our Group operates 3 large order ambien online is it legal beef export processing facilities, which are strategically placed in prime cattle areas in New South Wales and Queensland and which are acknowledged as industry leaders in food safety and hygiene. These facilities are supported by one of Australia’s largest and most modern cattle feedlots.

Export sales are made through our North Sydney Office.

NH Foods is also a major supplier to the Australian domestic market through its subsidiary, Beef Producers Australia Pty Ltd.

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Landholder fury after inquiry recommends tree laws pass without change

25 April 2018
Queensland landholder group AgForce says farmers are angered and bitterly disappointed by a Parliamentary committee recommendation to allow proposed vegetation new management laws in the State to be passed without any changes. The post Landholder fury after..
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Tree laws – There is a better way!

25 April 2018
If the Queensland Government cared to listen and embark on genuine consultation with food producers, it would learn that at fault is not what adjustment is made to the Vegetation Management Act, but the very basis of the..
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Rail developments promise smoother container freight to Port of Brisbane

25 April 2018
Two recent developments have improved prospects of more efficient refrigerated container rail freight to the Port of Brisbane – easily the largest departure point for beef exports from Australia. The post Rail developments promise smoother container freight..
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Recruitment: Replacement demand, not new jobs, driving ag employment

25 April 2018
Employment opportunities in agriculture are largely being driven by the replacement of older, retiring workers, moreso than the creation of new jobs, according to a recent report from the National Centre for Vocational Education Research. The post
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