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 is a wholly owned subsidiary of the NH Foods Group, a publicly listed company in Japan. NH Foods Group is a leader in the global delivery of a wide variety of foods including fresh meats, ham, sausages, processed foods, seafood, dairy products and health foods.

NH Foods Australia operates three large beef export processing facilities – Oakey Beef Exports (Est #558), Wingham Beef Exports (Est #154) and Thomas Borthwick & Sons (Est #67). Each is strategically placed in prime cattle areas along the east coast of Australia, and acknowledged as industry leaders in food safety and hygiene practices. These facilities are supported by one of Australia’s largest and most modern cattle feedlots, Whyalla Beef, located in Southern Queensland.

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