Goodman Fielder Ltd

Goodman Fielder produces many of Australiasia's most popular and well-known brands as well as products and ingredients for the food service, commercial and industrial sectors.
We have established a clear vision and firm values and we have determined four specific areas in which to build our capabilities: creating a competitive advantage; building a consumer-driven, customer focused company; delivering world class operational performance; and developing the organisation, team and employee capability to deliver our vision.
Today Goodman Fielder has manufacturing, marketing and distribution systems in many countries. Our major product areas include retail branded bread and other baked goods, cereals, snack foods, margarine, edible oils, sauces, dressings, Asian cuisine, pasta, cake mixes, desserts and food ingredients.

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Approval Date Certification Expiry Date Certified Unit/Facility Location Supply Chain Model Certificates
17/04/2014 16/04/2019 Goodman Fielder Ltd, 16 facilities: T2, 39 Delhi Road North Ryde NSW 2113, Australia; 11-13 Sunshine Rd West Footscray VIC 3012, Australia; 21-23 Hydrive Close Dandenong South VIC 3175, Australia; 16 Templar Road Erskine Park NSW 2759, Australia; 90 Moorbank Ave Moorebank NSW 2170, Australia; 42 Elder St Alice Springs NT 0870, Australia; 3-5 Greg Chappell Dr Burleigh Heads QLD 4220, Australia; 191 Gladstone St Fyshwick ACT 2609, Australia; 179-193 Fursden Road (Cnr Kate & Ellen St) Carina QLD 4152, Australia; 81-83 Fairbank Rd Clayton VIC 3168, Australia; 92 Winnellie Rd Winnellie NT 0820, Australia; 4 Leah St Forestville SA 5035, Australia; 1245 Lytton Roa Hemmant QLD 4174, Australia; 38 Crocker Dr Malaga WA 6090, Australia; 2-4 Wirraway St Taminda NSW 2340, Australia; 13-23 Enterprise St Bohle QLD 4818, Australia; 45 Lamton Ave Derwent Park TAS 7009 Australia MB View
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