Proof of the pudding
Tuesday, June 19, 2007/
The Langdon story started more than 100 years ago, but the company is anything but antiquated.
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Think of any food item on your supermarket shelves. If it is made in Australia then it is more than likely that its basic ingredients came via Langdon Ingredients. When Chris Langdon (right) came to the top job 15 years ago, the company was showing its age in terms of operations and infrastructure. He’s introduced technology to the company and improved efficiency.
Langdon Ingredients today employs more than 90 people in Australia and New Zealand. Its brands include the Waters range of herbs and spices, the Henry Langdon premium range of specialty food products and the Nutshack confectionery, nut and dried fruit retailer.
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