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Open Country Dairy Limited |New Zealand milk powder manufacturing company

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Newzealand office phone :  9 (Begin to dial phone number and ask price and wholesale)
Email:
 Office Address:Ground Floor 52 Highbrook Drive, East Tamaki, Auckland 2013
More contacts please click:http://www.opencountry.co.nz/% ... 25AE/
Company profile:乳制品成份以极高的品质在业内享有卓越的全球声誉
recommended reasons:NewZealand milk powder manufacturer+Cheese
Employees:101-250
Turnover:$688,042,000 NZD (2015)
Established:2001
Brands:Open Country Cheese
New Zealand Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment register information:
Company number:
 Registed Name:OPEN COUNTRY DAIRY LIMITED ()
 RegistedAddress:Building A. Ground Floor, 52 Highbrook Drive East Tamaki, Auckland, 2013 , New Zealand
Incorporation Date:01 三月 2007
NZ Business Number:
Directors:
Dacey Vincent BALLE
493 Remuera Road, Remuera, Auckland, 1050 , New Zealand
 Sandeep Kumar JAIN
5 Tanjong Rhu Road, #11-04 The Waterside, Singapore 436882 , Singapore
Industry:Dairy,food industry
official factory website:http://www.opencountry.co.nz/
Products categories:milk+dairy+cheese
company and products belong to tags :
New Zealand milk protein factory|New Zealand milk factory|Made in New Zealand |New Zealand Milk Protein Food Factory|New Zealand dairy|New Zealand milk powder manufacturing company|New Zealand cheese factories|New Zealand cheese manufacturer|  
 
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Newzealand office phone :  9 (Begin to dial phone number and ask price and wholesale)
Email:
 Office Address:Ground Floor 52 Highbrook Drive, East Tamaki, Auckland 2013
More contacts please click:http://www.opencountry.co.nz/% ... 25AE/
Company profile:乳制品成份以极高的品质在业内享有卓越的全球声誉
recommended reasons:NewZealand milk powder manufacturer+Cheese
Employees:101-250
Turnover:$688,042,000 NZD (2015)
Established:2001
Brands:Open Country Cheese
New Zealand Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment register information:
Company number:
 Registed Name:OPEN COUNTRY DAIRY LIMITED ()
 RegistedAddress:Building A. Ground Floor, 52 Highbrook Drive East Tamaki, Auckland, 2013 , New Zealand
Incorporation Date:01 三月 2007
NZ Business Number:
Directors:
Dacey Vincent BALLE
493 Remuera Road, Remuera, Auckland, 1050 , New Zealand
 Sandeep Kumar JAIN
5 Tanjong Rhu Road, #11-04 The Waterside, Singapore 436882 , Singapore
Industry:Dairy,food industry
official factory website:http://www.opencountry.co.nz/
Products categories:milk+dairy+cheese
company and products belong to tags :
New Zealand milk protein factory|New Zealand milk factory|Made in New Zealand |New Zealand Milk Protein Food Factory|New Zealand dairy|New Zealand milk powder manufacturing company|New Zealand cheese factories|New Zealand cheese manufacturer|  
 
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Newzealand office phone : 07 839 2919 (Begin to dial phone number and ask price and wholesale)
Email:
Fax: 07 839 2920 
 Office Address:18 Gallagher Drive, Hamilton 3206
More contacts please click:http://www.dgc.co.nz/contact_us.cfm 
Company Information:formed in 1984 from an amalgamation of divergent goat milk co-operatives around New Zealand. After difficult early times the company has grown and flourished, largely as a result of the development and commercialisation of the goat milk based formula products in the late 1980s and early 1990s.
recommended reason:goat milk powder
Employees: 51-100
Turnover: $156,726,000 NZD (2015) 
Established: 1983 
Brands: Nanny Goat Lane 
New Zealand Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment register information:
Company number::421398
 Registed Name:DAIRY GOAT CO-OPERATIVE (N.Z.) LIMITED (421398)
 RegistedAddress:18 Gallagher Drive, Hamilton , New Zealand
Incorporation Date:1 May 1989
NZ Business Number:9429039365118
Directors:
Anthony Richard EGAN
60 Redbrook Drive, Rd 1, Taupiri, 3791 , New Zealand
 Richard Wilhelmus EGGING
323 Paratu Road, Rd 1, Walton, 3475 , New Zealand
Industry:Dairy,food industry
official factory website:http://www.dgc.co.nz
Products categories:milk+dairy+goat milk
company and products belong to tags :
New Zealand milk protein factory|New Zealand sheep milk factory|Made in New Zealand |New Zealand Milk Protein Food Factory|New Zealand dairy|New Zealand milk powder manufacturing company

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Newzealand office phone : 07 839 2919 (Begin to dial phone number and ask price and wholesale)
Email:
Fax: 07 839 2920 
 Office Address:18 Gallagher Drive, Hamilton 3206
More contacts please click:http://www.dgc.co.nz/contact_us.cfm 
Company Information:formed in 1984 from an amalgamation of divergent goat milk co-operatives around New Zealand. After difficult early times the company has grown and flourished, largely as a result of the development and commercialisation of the goat milk based formula products in the late 1980s and early 1990s.
recommended reason:goat milk powder
Employees: 51-100
Turnover: $156,726,000 NZD (2015) 
Established: 1983 
Brands: Nanny Goat Lane 
New Zealand Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment register information:
Company number::421398
 Registed Name:DAIRY GOAT CO-OPERATIVE (N.Z.) LIMITED (421398)
 RegistedAddress:18 Gallagher Drive, Hamilton , New Zealand
Incorporation Date:1 May 1989
NZ Business Number:9429039365118
Directors:
Anthony Richard EGAN
60 Redbrook Drive, Rd 1, Taupiri, 3791 , New Zealand
 Richard Wilhelmus EGGING
323 Paratu Road, Rd 1, Walton, 3475 , New Zealand
Industry:Dairy,food industry
official factory website:http://www.dgc.co.nz
Products categories:milk+dairy+goat milk
company and products belong to tags :
New Zealand milk protein factory|New Zealand sheep milk factory|Made in New Zealand |New Zealand Milk Protein Food Factory|New Zealand dairy|New Zealand milk powder manufacturing company

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Michael E. Gray University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, [email protected] 
Thomas W. Sappington USDA-ARS, Corn Insects and Crop Genetics Research Unit, Genetics Laboratory, Iowa State University, [email protected] Nicholas Miller University of Nebraska-Lincoln, [email protected] Joachim Moeser Georg-August University G¨ ottingen, [email protected] Martin O. Bohn University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, [email protected] 
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  • Thomas W. Sappington USDA-ARS, Corn Insects and Crop Genetics Research Unit, Genetics Laboratory, Iowa State University, [email protected] 
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  • Joachim Moeser Georg-August University G¨ ottingen, [email protected] 
  • Martin O. Bohn University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, [email protected] 

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