Open Country Dairy
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The world's second largest exporter of milk powders, and New Zealand's second largest milk processor (after Fonterra).
|Open Country Dairy Ltd||NZL||website|
| Talley's Group Ltd
owns 76% of Open Country Dairy Ltd
Seafood, vegetable and dairy manufacturing
|Open Country Dairy Ltd|
In September 2020 a judge in the Hamilton District Court convicted and fined this company NZ$137,500 for discharging odour that caused harm to residents in the Waharoa community last year. The company was also ordered to put NZ$120,00 into a trust for the community as reparation. It was the fifth environmental prosecution against the company in this area.
Source: NZ Herald (2020)
In October 2019, this company was convicted and handed down a fine of NZ$221,250 by the Morrinsville District Court under the Resource Management Act, for its recidivist dirty dairy behaviour. This company discharged objectionable odours that caused significant impacts on the local community and unlawfully discharged wastewater impacting on the local river. It was the fifth prosecution of this company, or its predecessor, relating to discharges into the environment and the company agreed to an enforcement order prohibiting further objectionable odour.
Source: NZ Herald (2019)
This company has sustainability claims in its 2016 Sustainability Document in the areas of product safety, animal welfare, responsible sourcing and environmental management.
Source: company website (2016)
|Talley's Group Ltd|
This company is listed by the Earth Island Institute as an approved dolphin-safe tuna processing company. This company has pledged to abide by the Earth Island international 'Dolphin Safe' tuna standards of no encirclement of dolphins or other marine mammals during an entire fishing trip, no accidental deaths or serious injuries of any dolphins, and no use of drift gill nets.
Source: Earth Island Institute (2020)
|Type||Unlisted public company|