Harvey Fresh sold for $117m

Harvey Fresh has been acquired by Italian dairy giant Parmalat in a deal that values the Western Australian milk and fruit juice company at about $117 million.

The company, established in the farming town of Harvey in 1986, has grown to become one of the three largest dairy processors in WA - alongside Lion and Brownes. 

Harvey Fresh, which is controlled by the related Sorgiovanni, Bonavita and Scolara families, also owns juice production facilities in Harvey and in Griffith in New South Wales, employing about 250 people, and has diversified into wine through its Harvey River Bridge Estate brand.


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WA Revenue most recent financial year

9th↑Harvey Beef$265.5m
10th↑Galati Group$246.6m
11th-Harvey Fresh$170.0m
12th↑Consolidated Pastoral Company$164.8m
13th↓Austral Fisheries$137.9m
79 agribusiness ranked by WA revenue most recent financial year

WA export revenue

30th↓BC Iron$64.0m
31st↑Shark Bay Salt$47.4m
32nd↑Harvey Fresh$35.0m
33rd↓Panoramic Resources$4.8m
49 exporters ranked by WA export revenue most recent financial year

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