The Australian Competition Authority does not oppose the proposed merger between a national meat and food processing company and an agri-food producer (JBS / Rivalea)

JBS' proposed acquisition of Rivalea not opposed* The ACCC will not oppose JBS Australia Pty Ltd’s (JBS) proposed acquisition of Rivalea Holdings Pty Ltd and Oxdale Dairy Enterprise Pty Ltd (together, Rivalea) finding that the transaction is not likely to substantially lessen competition. JBS processes and supplies fresh pork, value-added pork products and pork smallgoods to wholesalers and retailers in Australia, including through its subsidiary Primo. JBS currently operates one pig abattoir and processing facility in South Australia. Rivalea is the majority owner of the Diamond Valley Pork abattoir and processing facility in Laverton Victoria, and another abattoir and processing facility in Corowa New South Wales. Rivalea also grows live pigs and supplies fresh pork and

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Australian Competition Authority, The Australian Competition Authority does not oppose the proposed merger between a national meat and food processing company and an agri-food producer (JBS / Rivalea), 2 December 2021, e-Competitions December 2021, Art. N° 103895

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