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    Default Is there any Milk which is still australian owned?

    Is there any Milk which is still australian owned


    I've been buying dairy farmers thinking it was australian owned

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    We buy Barambah Organics assuming it is Aussie owned, I should check I guess??

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    no idea. is pauls not australian owned?

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    This might an interesting read for you"

    http://www.franchise.net.au/Article/...rs/518247.aspx

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    It depends where you live but sometimes smaller local dairies supply milk to the public. We have organic producers around us as well as main******. I buy Udder milk from our local shop which is from a local farmer see here. It's homogenised but not pasteurised and I think it even tastes better. You can get it all around the maitland area.

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    we buy harvey fresh and capel crest, which are both WA companies.

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    We too bought Dairy Farmers sometimes until we heard it was bought by a Japanese company. We get Norco (northern NSW) only now and believe it's still Australian-owned.

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    there is a online store called farmer direct and they deliver from the farm to you I know they deliver in melbourne (and I think sydney and brissy too) I think its www.farmersdirect.com.au
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    Riverina Fresh (you can buy the yoghurt etc thanks to Masterchef but I think the milk is still only in Riverina), Gippsland dairy, Ohh I think Brownes (WA Milk) is NZ owned. You can get some brownes stuff over this side of Aus (NSW) mainly the flavoured milk but I always bought Brownes when I lived in Singapore, it is the best milk.

    ETA just googled and Gippsland brand doesn't produce milk according to their site.

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    Devondale is australian made and owned - and is a co-op so all diaries adn employees hold shares in the business as well..

    I buy their UHT milk and their chesse

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