Taylor Farms, one of Australia’s largest farms, is about to begin selling its latest batch of food products in Australia’s biggest food market.
The farm has been growing cotton, peas, beans, grains and other crops in the state of New South Wales for more than 20 years.
Its products are sold to Australian supermarkets and other major retailers.
This week, the company is opening a mobile app that will allow customers to track the progress of the crop.
The app has already attracted more than 4 million users, and the company says it is confident the new products will become even more popular in the coming years.
“We’ve seen the demand for our products in the last three months and now we have this opportunity to be able to expand our range,” said Taylor Farms CEO Chris Smith.
“It’s going to be the most exciting growth for the company in the past five years.”
The farm in North Sydney, which was founded in 2007, has more than 40 employees.
The company has also bought a new mobile phone, a TV and other equipment, and is expanding its network to sell to local customers.
The latest crop, which has been planted last month, was selected from a batch that had been stored in the farm’s storage facility in the Northern Territory.
The new products are the first of a line of crops that will be sold in New South Welsh markets, with the first ones expected to arrive in the end of the year.
The first batch will include wheat, peas and beans, and cotton and barley.
It will be available in Australia from the end, said Smith.
The farmer says he will invest in equipment and staff in order to ensure the crop is ready for farmers to start growing it.
“I’ve got to take a risk and do it with as little delay as possible.
I’ve got a lot of experience with planting wheat and peas and other products,” he said.
“If you’ve got the ability to do that, it’s not that hard to do.”