SunRice goes all in on NQ commitment

GROWER-owned food processor and marketer SunRice has gone all in with their plans to make North Queensland a major player in their rice growing operations.
This commitment to the North was cemented with the recent acquisition of the Burdekin-based Blue Ribbon Rice’s assets including the mill acting which will act as SunRice’s base of operations in the region.
GROWER-owned food processor and marketer SunRice has gone all in with their plans to make North Queensland a major player in their rice growing operations. This commitment to the North was cemented with the recent acquisition of the Burdekin-based Blue Ribbon Rice’s assets including the mill acting which will act as SunRice’s base of operations in the region.
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Is there anyone other than Wazza or Barney in the Nats these days?
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That's true Bill , and I know life is hard for you. But you have a home here and we will all
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Who puts it out Invey ? the same people who put all the scare mongering out. It starts with the
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