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Boundary Bend Olives inducted into Victorian Manufacturing Hall of Fame

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Australian premium extra virgin olive oil producer, Boundary Bend Olives has been inducted into the 2014 Victorian Manufacturing Hall of Fame by Victorian Minister for Manufacturing, David Hodgett.

Announced at a Gala Dinner on Monday 16 June, the awards recognised and celebrated innovation, productivity and contributions made by manufacturers to the Victorian economy, and Boundary Bend, owner of Australia’s two top selling home grown olive oil brands, Cobram Estate and Red Island, were one of nine companies to receive the honour.

“These competitive and export focused manufacturers were recognised for their innovation, productivity and contribution to the Victorian economy in the face of increased global competition and the strong Australian dollar," said Hodgett.

Boundary Bend owns 2.2 million producing trees on over 6,070 hectares of Australian farmland, located in the Murray Valley region of north-west Victoria.

The induction into the Victorian Manufacturing Hall of Fame serves as another welcome accolade to the Boundary Bend portfolio.

Earlier this year, Cobram Estate collected a total of five gold medals and two Best in Class trophies at the prestigious 2014 New York International Olive Oil competition.

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