Golden North facts for kids
The Golden North brand was adopted in 1948. The business was acquired by Farmers Union in 1972, then in 1991, it became a subsidiary of National Foods. In 2001, a group of South Australian investors brought the business back under local private ownership. In 2006, they expanded their plant. Their flavors include a distinctive honey ice cream. Besides manufacturing ice cream under the Golden North brand, they make generic brand ice cream for sale in supermarkets.
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