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World dairy experts believe there’s plenty of stretch left in the science that has made mozzarella a New Zealand success story.
A new $240 million mozzarella plant announced today will double Fonterra’s capacity to produce its revolutionary individually quick frozen (IQF) mozzarella.
Two percent isn't much, but at Fonterra's Clandeboye site a revolutionary cheese plant only required 2% of the site's 45ha to rock the cheese world.
Sixty new dairy process jobs were created when Fonterra opened four plants in the South Island recently.
Work is complete on a new mozzarella plant at Fonterra's Clandeboye site, doubling production of the cheese and creating enough mozzarella to top more than 300 million pizzas a year.