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Number
2022-3086
Type
Normal
Period
2021-2022 Australian Financial Year
Annual revenue
300-350M
Industry sectors
Food and beverages, agriculture and fishing
Countries
Australia
Key brands and business names
Riverland Smallgoods
Date submitted
30/12/2022