Buderim gingers up

Buderim Ginger has considered whether the company "should be part of a much bigger food business" to lift shareholder returns following its struggles to remain viable, Wednesday's annual meeting was told.

Buderim Ginger has considered whether the company "should be part of a much bigger food business" to lift shareholder returns following its struggles to remain viable, Wednesday's annual meeting was told. This year its traditional ginger business has been hurt by the strong $A while disease forced it to rely on imported product from Fiji.

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