A dairy gold mine that's not for sale

The growth potential of Bulla Dairy Foods is plain to see, though any attempted acquisition would get short shrift from the families that own it.

There’s been a queue of global dairy players and private equity funds forming outside Bulla Dairy Foods’ head office in Melbourne’s industrial western suburbs for a while now, trying to buy one of Australia’s last remaining independent dairy businesses, but they needn’t bother.

Bulla is a 100-year-old family business now into its sixth generation, and they’re not for selling.

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