Rescue bid for Chikos

A tax break has been offered to the makers of the Chiko Roll, who are considering closing the NSW factory where the greasy treat is produced. US company JR Simplot says it is reviewing the viability of its three Australian operations, and the NSW government has offered a three-year payroll tax break to the Bathurst factory, which employs 195 staff.

A tax break has been offered to the makers of the Chiko Roll, who are considering closing the NSW factory where the greasy treat is produced. US company JR Simplot says it is reviewing the viability of its three Australian operations, and the NSW government has offered a three-year payroll tax break to the Bathurst factory, which employs 195 staff.

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