Woolworths has extended its three year deal with SPC Ardmona to five years which will require an extra 24000 tonnes of fruit, tomatoes and navy beans.March 11, 2014 9:00am
Woolworths has extended its three year deal with SPC Ardmona to five years which will require an extra 24
SPC Ardmona has estimated the additional volume generated as a result of this new partnership will require the equivalent of 86,000 fruit trees in the Goulburn Valley.
The agreement will also triple the tonnage over the next five years of Australian grown tomatoes that SPC supplies to Woolworths, with a new range of Woolworths Select and SPC Canned Tomatoes available in stores this October.
From 2015, SPC will begin supplying all fruit for Woolworths Select fruit snacks and jelly snacks, and for the next five years, will continue to supply 100 per cent of fruit for the Woolworths Select Multi-serve fruit range.
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