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SunRice

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Ricegrowers Limited
Company typePublic
SGLLV on the Australian Securities Exchange
IndustryFood and Beverage Manufacturing
Founded1950[1]
FounderNSW Rice farmers[2]
HeadquartersLeeton, Australia
Key people
Laurie Arthur, Chairman
Paul Serra, CEO
ProductsBulk Rice, Rice Products
Increase A$1.6 billion (2023)
Websitewww.sunrice.com

Ricegrowers Limited is trading as SunRice.[3] It is one of the largest rice food companies in the world and one of Australia's leading branded food exporters. In the 2023 Financial Year, the company recorded revenue of A$1.6 billion and Net Profit After Tax of A$54.8 million.

The SunRice Group comprises multiple businesses, assets and operations across Australia, New Zealand, the Middle East, the United States, the Pacific Islands and Asia. It has around 35 major brands in approximately 50 global markets and employs over 2,000 people.

Australian rice production is based in regional southern New South Wales. The company's head office is located in Leeton (with a corporate office also in Sydney), and it has rice mills in Leeton, Deniliquin, and Coleambally. SunRice also operates stockfeed plants in Leeton, Tongala and Cobden.

SunRice's main office is in Leeton.

References

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  1. Doak, Emily (18 June 2007). "SunRice lists". ABC Rural. Australian Broadcasting Corporation. Retrieved 26 October 2010.
  2. "The SunRice Story". SunRice Australia. Archived from the original on 21 November 2010. Retrieved 26 October 2010.
  3. SunRice Group (22 June 2023). "2023 Annual Report" (PDF).

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