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Tasfoods Brand Portfolio

The TasFoods brand portfolio includes renowned Tasmanian brands that meet a diverse range of consumer needs including:

  • Super premium brands that deliver exceptional quality and heritage, targeted at food lovers seeking provenance behind the product
  • Everyday luxury brands that deliver appealing benefits to consumers, targeted at national and export markets
  • Core everyday brands that contribute profitable volume to underpin the operations, targeted at a loyal Tasmanian market
  • Value brands that utilise waste streams or generate inputs to high value brands, targeted at value consumers
  • Meander Valley Dairy (acquired 2015)

    At Meander Valley Dairy we believe that everybody deserves the simple delight of a little indulgence in their everyday lives. We have been crafting some of Australia’s finest, award winning dairy products in Tasmanian for over 20 years, using passion, trusted techniques and quality ingredients to produce delicious flavours that bring people together. 

  • Nichols Poultry (acquired 2016)

    Nichols Poultry was founded in 1988 by the Nichols family to be a leader in the industry for quality, sustainability, and animal welfare. We continue this tradition today with leading practices in air chilled chicken, onsite wind power generation and our high welfare standard Nichols Ethical Free Range Chicken.

  • Shima Wasabi (acquired 2016)

    Shima Wasabi was established in Northern Tasmania to bring the experience of real fresh wasabi to Australia. We take advantage of Tasmania’s cool climate, clean air and plentiful rain that provide an ideal environment for growing such a rare and valuable plant.

  • Pyengana Dairy (acquired 2017)

    The farmers of Pyengana, Tasmania have been creating some of Australia’s finest artisan farmhouse cheese for over 130 years. Today at Pyengana Dairy, we are the custodian of the traditional recipe, unique to the Pyengana valley, for handcrafting this beautiful cheese that is adored by chefs and cheese judges, winning an abundance of awards across Australia.

  • Betta Milk (acquired 2019)

    Betta Milk starts with Tasmanian farmers. It was born and bred in the lush windswept pastures of north west Tasmania as a cooperative in 1956.

    Today, milk is sourced from farmers all over Tasmania to create Tasmania’s leading brand of fresh milk for customer all over the state.