Frosty Boy is an Australian export awards finalist
Gold Coast soft serve and beverage manufacturer Frosty Boy has been announced as a finalist in the 61st annual Australian Export Awards in Canberra.
“We are thrilled to have been recognised by the Australian Trade and Investment Commission (Austrade) in this way,” said Frosty Boy Managing Director Dirk Pretorius.
“This acknowledgement is testament to our decision to pivot the business and adapt products for new markets. We currently export to 65 countries including growth markets like India, Korea, Malaysia, the Middle East, Philippines, USA and Vietnam.”
Last night topped off an incredible year for Frosty Boy. Not only has the manufacturer experienced a 40% growth in Australia (FY23) and forecasted a 59% growth in 2024 in the beverages category alone, it has also earned accolades including Queensland Exporter of the Year and a position at number 49 in the Australian Financial Review’s Fast Global list.
Founded in 1976, Frosty Boy began exporting in 2001 and today produces up to 1.7 million serves every day globally with a range of powder-based flavour solutions spanning desserts, beverages, bakery goods, savoury foods and nutrition products. It also supplies seven of the top 10 Quick Serve Restaurants globally.
According to Pretorius, Frosty Boy’s success to date wouldn’t have been possible without the dedicated Frosty Boy team and its loyal customers.
Frosty Boy was one of seven companies shortlisted in the Manufacturing and Advanced Materials category.
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