Beyond boundaries and the need for new icons
Sheree will talk us through the daring conception, development and successful realisation of Australia’s first raw milk, blue cheese, which subsequently came to command an aspirational (but consumer credible) premium of $140 a kilo! This an inspiring story of how being able to challenge a new product threshold is sometimes the only way to break through.
Udder Delights is a family owned and operated business based in the pristine Adelaide Hills. Saul & Sheree Sullivan, and Sheree’s father Trevor Dunford, are the people behind the brand. Together they have displayed a syn...
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