• A S Harrison will mark its 100th anniversary in 2023.
    A S Harrison will mark its 100th anniversary in 2023.
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Specialist ingredient, family owned Australian company, A S Harrison & Co will celebrate its 100-year anniversary in 2023.

The company's extensive portfolio of food products covers Prepared Foods, Bakery, Meat, Poultry, Dry Blending, and Flavour Industries. Its ingredients are globally and locally sourced, under the highest ethical standards possible.

A S Harrison & Co anticipates trends based on global demands and use market research to constantly update its portfolio to provide relevant ingredients to meet its customers' needs.They can also offer assurance by providing product verification for allergens and custom parameters using its on-site Customer Experience Laboratory.

A S Harrison & Co follows an integrated management system, that manages all activities relating to Quality Assurance, WHS, Environmental, Eco vadis certification and is HACCP, ISO 9001 & 14001 accredited.

With warehousing hubs strategically positioned throughout Australia, New Zealand, and Singapore it can cater for wider distribution. The company's product management system covers product research, sourcing, development, and innovation giving it the ability to create tailor-made products to meet customer specifications, provide technical support, warehousing, and distribution with ease.

A S Harrison & Co is proud of its continued development, innovation, reliable service and is looking forward to its next 100 years.

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