The a2 Milk Company Limited is an ASX 200 public listed company that commercialises intellectual property relating to a2 milk, as well as the milk and related products like infant formula.
Alpha Sports (ASP)
Alpha Sports (ASP) is an Australian kit car manufacturer. It makes sports cars originally based on the styling of the Lotus Seven but have evolved to construct their own distinctive designs.
Arnott's Shapes are a popular line of savoury biscuits produced by Arnott's in Australia. First produced in Victoria in the 1950s, they were originally made in the shape of potato chips, until bakers realized they were too difficult to cut and were a waste of dough. In 1974, they switched to the flat biscuits, which are sold today.
BCI is an Australian bus and coach dealer and manufacturer based in Kewdale, Perth, Western Australia. It was established by former Hino dealer Ron Nazzari in 1991 as a small family-run operation. It initially imported buses from Malaysia, both fully assembled and in knocked down form.
Big M is a brand of flavoured milk that was founded in Melton, Victoria, Australia, in 1977–78. It was launched by the newly formed Victorian Dairy Industry Authority (VDIA), which replaced the more regulatory-oriented Victorian Milk Board. The VDIA was given a greater marketing role by the Minister of Agriculture, Ian Smith.
Bundaberg Rum is a dark rum produced in Bundaberg, Australia, by the Bundaberg Distilling Company. It is often referred to as "Bundy". The Bundaberg Distilling Company owns its own cola-producing facility, which supplies the cola for its ready-to-drink Bundaberg Rum and Cola products.
Camperdown Dairy International (CDI)
Camperdown Dairy International (CDI) was an Australian infant formula company which was founded in 2014 and went into administration in 2017. As well as serving in Australia, it also held licences to sell products in China and Vietnam. It was from 2016 to 2017 one of the two co-major sponsors of the Brisbane Lions.
Caramello Koala is a brand of chocolate bar currently manufactured by Cadbury Australia. It consists of a chocolate cartoon koala with a caramel centre.
The Chiko Roll
The Chiko Roll is an Australian savoury snack invented by Frank McEncroe, inspired by the Chinese spring roll and first sold in 1951 as the "Chicken Roll" despite not actually containing chicken. The snack was designed to be easily eaten on the move without a plate or cutlery. Since 1995 they have been owned by Simplot Australia.
Clag is an Australian brand of glue made by Bostik.
Dick Smith Holdings Limited
Dick Smith Holdings Limited was an Australian chain of retail stores that sold consumer electronics goods, hobbyist electronic components, and electronic project kits. The chain expanded successfully into New Zealand and unsuccessfully into several other countries. The company was founded in Sydney in 1968 by Dick Smith and owned by him and his wife until they sold 60% to Woolworths Limited in 1980, the remaining 40% two years later. The company closed in 2016, within several years of its acquisition by Anchorage Capital Partners.
Eagle Boys was an Australian fast food chain specialising in Italian-American cuisine, in particular pizza. The chain was acquired by Pizza Hut in November 2016 and was officially closed on the 1st of May 2017.
Esky is an Australian brand of portable coolers. The term "esky" is also commonly used in Australia to generically refer to portable coolers or ice boxes and is part of the Australian vernacular, in place of words like "cooler" or "cooler box" and the New Zealand "chilly bin". The term derives from the word Eskimo.
Foxtel is an Australian pay television company, operating in cable television, direct broadcast satellite television, and IPTV catch-up services. It was formed in 1995 through a joint venture established between News Corporation (FOX) and Telstra (TEL). With Fox being the 65% and Telstra the 35% shareholders. It shares many features with the Sky service in the United Kingdom, including iQ, the electronic program guide, a similar remote control, and Red Button Active.
The Fray Bentos food brand
The Fray Bentos food brand is associated with tinned processed meat products, originally corned beef and, latterly, meat pies. The brand has been sold in the United Kingdom, other European countries, and Australia. Created in the latter half of the 19th century, the name is derived from the port of Fray Bentos in Uruguay where the products were originally processed and packaged until the 1960s. The brand is now owned in the UK by Baxters, which manufactures the product range in Scotland. Additionally, the Campbell Soup Company manufactures and sells Fray Bentos branded steak and kidney pies in Australia.
Globe International Ltd.
Globe International Ltd. is a global producer and distributor specialising in purpose-built apparel, footwear and skateboard hardgoods brands for the boardsports, street fashion and workwear markets. The company was founded in 1985 by three Australian brothers. Globe International's core business is divided between proprietary brands, licensed brands and distributed brands, and its products are sold in more than 100 countries worldwide. The company's international offices are located in Melbourne, Los Angeles, San Diego, Hossegor, London, Sydney, the Gold Coast, Australia and Shenzhen, China. The company is listed on the Australian Stock Exchange and operates in the following three segments: Australasia, North and South America and Europe.
Holden, formally known as General Motors-Holden, is an Australian automobile importer and a former automobile manufacturer with its headquarters in Port Melbourne, Victoria. The company was founded in 1856 as a saddlery manufacturer in South Australia. In 1908 it moved into the automotive field, becoming a subsidiary of the United States-based General Motors (GM) in 1931, when the company was renamed General Motors-Holden's Ltd. It was renamed Holden Ltd in 1998, and General Motors Holden in 2005.
International Sports Clothing
ISC, also known as International Sports Clothing, is an Australian sports clothing manufacturer. The company was founded in the Sydney suburb of Rosebery in 1991. They also have a division in the UK that was established in 2002. ISC manufacture clothing for Australian rules football, Basketball, Cricket, Rugby league, Rugby union, Soccer and training apparel.
Jurlique International Pty Ltd
Jurlique International Pty Ltd, is an Australian cosmetics manufacturer specialising in natural botanical-based skincare and cosmetics under the brand name Jurlique. Jurlique is considered ethical and environmentally friendly, although internationally it does submit some samples for animal testing as mandated by Chinese local laws for products sold in that market.
Lolly Gobble Bliss Bombs
Lolly Gobble Bliss Bombs is an Australian snack food made by the Greens food company.
Longbeach is an Australian brand of cigarettes, currently owned and manufactured by Philip Morris International.
Malvern Star is a manufacturer of bicycles based in Melbourne, Australia. The company was established in 1902, and went on to become a known brand in Australia.
Maton is an Australian manufacturer of guitars and other fretted musical instruments.
MYOB, Mind Your Own Business, is an Australian multinational corporation that provides tax, accounting and other business services software to small and medium businesses.
Pascall is an Australian and New Zealand confectionery brand owned by Cadbury, which is now owned by Mondelēz International. The company is known for making Clinkers and Pineapple Lumps.
Pauls is an Australian brand name for a range of dairy products. Pauls history can be traced back to 1923. The company has been known under various names, including Queensland United Foods Ltd, Pauls Ice Cream & Milk Ltd and Pauls Limited. In 1998, Pauls Limited was purchased by the Italian company Parmalat, and officially changed its name in 2003 to Parmalat Australia Ltd. The company currently has its headquarters in South Brisbane. Today, Pauls is an Australia brand name under the Parmalat umbrella.
Peters Ice Cream
Peters Ice Cream is an Australian ice cream brand, now a subsidiary of European food firm R&R Ice Cream. It was originally developed by an expatriate American, Frederick (Fred) Augustus Bolles Peters in 1907, using his mother's recipe. The company was established in 1907 at Paddington, New South Wales as the Peters' American Delicacy Company. New works to manufacture 'The Health food of a Nation' was opened at neighbouring Redfern in 1923. Business flourished, in 1927 he set up Peters' Arctic Delicacy Co. Ltd in Brisbane and a branch in Newcastle; followed by, in 1929, associated companies were established in Victoria, Western Australia and at Townsville with manufacturing branch at Queensland. Peters was largely responsible for introducing to Australia the small refrigerated cabinet, which he hired out to retailers. The red and cream corporate identity was adopted in New South Wales and Queensland, whilst green and cream were used in Victoria and Western Australia. The hub of the company, in Australia was a food firm known as Petersville Australia Limited, in the Melbourne suburb of Mulgrave, which later became the factory, which remains the production centre for most of its ice-cream products.
SAO biscuits are a savoury cracker biscuit that was launched in Australia in 1904 by Arnott's, the term SAO being trade marked in 1904.
Sherrin is a brand of football used in Australian rules football and is the official ball of the Australian Football League, designed to its official specifications. It was the first ball designed specifically for the sport.
Sigma Healthcare Limited
Sigma Healthcare Limited is a full line wholesale and distribution business to pharmacy. It is also the owner of Australia's best known pharmacy retail brands: Amcal Max, DDS, Amcal and Guardian. Guardian should not to be confused with the East Asian pharmacy Guardian.
Solo is an Australian lemon-flavoured soft drink manufactured by Schweppes Australia. Launched in 1968, first in bottle then in a 375ml can by Tarax drinks, it is a ready to drink version of traditional 'pub squash'. It is the market leader of lemon soft drinks in Australia and grew by over 30% in 2007.
Streets is an Australian ice-cream brand owned by the multi-national British-Dutch company Unilever. It is part of Unilever's ice cream brand Heartbrand. The company is in a long term contract with dairy company Dairy Farmers.
Tarax is an Australian brand of soft drink.
Vegemite is a thick, black Australian food spread made from leftover brewers' yeast extract with various vegetable and spice additives. It was developed by Cyril Percy Callister in Melbourne, Victoria in 1922. The Vegemite brand was owned by Mondelez International until January 2017, when it was acquired by the Australian Bega Cheese group in a $460 million agreement for full Australian ownership after Bega would buy most of Mondelez International's Australia and New Zealand grocery and cheese business.
Victa is an Australian manufacturer of outdoor garden equipment, including petrol and electric lawn mowers, edgers, trimmers, and chainsaws. They manufacture these in petrol & lithium-ion powered variants. However, Victa remains most well known for the Victa Lawn Mower.
Village Roadshow Limited
Village Roadshow Limited, is an Australian mass media and entertainment company active in a diversity of fields, including cinema, theme parks, film production and distribution. The company is a publicly listed entity on the Australian Securities Exchange. It is majority owned by Village Roadshow Corporation, run by CEO Robert Kirby, John Kirby and Graham Burke.
Weis is an Australian brand, owned by Unilever that produces frozen ice confectionery and frozen fruit desserts. They are most well known for their bar shaped fruit ice creams known as Weis Bars. They are sold at most Australian milk bars and supermarkets and in boxes of eight mini bars or four regular-sized bars at most supermarkets. The Weis manufacturing plant is located in Toowoomba, Queensland with the sales and marketing office in Toowong, Queensland.
Wesfarmers Limited is an Australian conglomerate, headquartered in Perth, Western Australia, with interests predominantly in Australian and New Zealand retail, chemicals, fertilisers, coal mining and industrial and safety products. With AU$65.98 billion in the 2016 financial year, it is the largest Australian company by revenue, overtaking Woolworths and BHP Billiton. Wesfarmers is the largest private employer in Australia, with approximately 220,000 employees.
Winfield is an Australian brand of cigarettes, currently owned and manufactured by British American Tobacco Australia (BATA), a subsidiary of British American Tobacco.
Woolworths Group Limited
Woolworths Group Limited is a major Australian company with extensive retail interest throughout Australia and New Zealand. It is the second largest company in Australia by revenue, after Perth-based retail-focused conglomerate Wesfarmers, and the second largest in New Zealand. In addition, Woolworths Group is the largest takeaway liquor retailer in Australia, the largest hotel and gaming poker machine operator in Australia, and was the 19th largest retailer in the world in 2008.
Zeta is a marque of automobile which was produced in Australia from 1963 to 1965 by South Australian manufacturing company Lightburn & Co.