Weston Milling merges with AB Mauri's ANZ operations

Friday, 05 September, 2014

George Weston Foods’ (GWF’s) Weston Milling business will merge with AB Mauri’s Australian and New Zealand operations. The new company has been named MAURI anz and will be a division of GWF and an affiliate of the global AB Mauri business.

“This is an exciting stage in our growth.  Building an integrated bakery ingredients business in Australia has been a long-term objective as a means to offer something very unique and compelling, in the category, for the baker - big and small,” said Andrew Reeves, Chief Executive of George Weston Foods.

“The merger affords us the opportunity to help drive best practice, leverage the combined scale, access global expertise and, in turn, build the local category.”

David Wallace, GWF’s Chief Financial Officer will be promoted to Managing Director, MAURI anz as part of the merger.

The current suite of bakery ingredients and brands previously available through Weston Milling and AB Mauri are still available.

The MAURI anz head office is located in North Ryde, Sydney. A full list of MAURI anz site locations is available from www.maurianz.com.

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