Woolworths supermarkets announced that their annual discussions with SPC Ardmona regarding the deciduous fruit business have concluded positively.  SPC, a division of Coca-Cola Amatil, has now signed a three-year contract to supply an increased volume of deciduous fruit to Woolworths for the supermarket’s private label ‘Woolworths’ brand, equating to about nine million cans of Australian deciduous fruit through 2019. This contract reflects the strong business partnership between Woolworths and SPC.

The supply arrangement between SPC Ardmona and Woolworths for ‘Woolworths’ brand is only one aspect of a long and successful partnership between the two companies. Woolworths is also a long-time retailer of iconic SPC brands such as SPC, Ardmona, Goulburn Valley, Taylors and IXL. Products from these brands include jams, baked beans, spaghetti, sauces and tomatoes.

SPC Ardmona and Woolworths have worked collaboratively and will continue to work together to reduce costs and improve efficiency in our supply chains.

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