Every company has a story. Some demand repetition more than others. Some are the guiding light behind a company’s evolution and its values. Stories are forged in creation and adversity. Consider that of the Australian company Longwarry Food Park, an entrepreneurial narrative punctuated by a potentially disastrous crisis.
The starting point for the Longwarry story is 1992 when Rakesh Kumar Aggarwal decided to leave his native India to move to Australia. He had an engineering degree in technology from Banaras Hindu University and secured a job with a large dairy products company called Bonlac Foods. After . . .
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