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Trisco Foods

Trisco Foods is an Australian family owned business managed by the Tristram family who have been manufacturing food and beverage products for over five generations in Queensland, dating back to 1875.

We have a reputation for quality products, exceptional service and expertise in the food manufacturing industry and promise to deliver the finest products and food solutions to your business.

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Location

Trisco Food’s production and warehousing facility is located in Brisbane with quick access to local and international markets via modern air and sea terminals. Many of the raw materials are grown and processed locally in the rich subtropical area of South East Queensland, ensuring reliability of delivery, quality and service.

Global

Supply

Trisco Foods international sales department, services most parts of the world. With a strong presence throughout the Asian region, we have a long and successful history in exporting our products into many different ports across the globe.

1875
T. Tristram established the firm

The first factory was a small building of two (2) rooms attached to the rear of Mr. Tristram’s home in Hope Street, South Brisbane.

1917
T. Tristram branded glass bottles launched in the market
1918
Tristram’s Grey Street Factory
1929
Tristram’s factory on Boundary Street South Brisbane

The building stood as a local icon in its prime; its imposing structure and the activity within was a representation of a successful and important Brisbane venture.

The building still stands today and is the home of the West End Markets.

1929

Ad’s for the Tristram soft drink in The Brisbane Courier, the precursor to today’s The Courier-Mail

1929

For generations of Queenslanders Tristram’s was the soft drink of choice

1970
Sold the soft drink business to Cadbury Schweppes
1970
Tristram family established Trisco Foods Pty Ltd
2007
Established factory at Carole Park
2012
Launched liquid thickener ‘Precise Think-N INSTANT’
2017
Acquired nutritional supplement brand ‘Enprocal & Prime Nutrition’
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Certifications

British Retail Consortium (BRC) – A Grade

Trisco Foods is certified as “A” grade for the BRC Global Standard for Food Safety. This standard is the number one global market leading GFSI scheme.

BRC incorporates the requirements for the HACCP Codex (Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point) for food safety.

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HALAL Accreditation – Al-Iman Islamic Society Inc

All Trisco Foods products are Halal certified by the AL-IMAN ISLAMIC SOCIETY INC. This gives our customers the guarantee that our products contain HALAL suitable ingredients and are manufactured in compliance with Islamic Law.

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Australian Trusted Trader

Trisco Foods is an accredited Australian Trusted Trader (ATT) through the Australian Border Force. The accreditation acknowledges the security of Trisco Foods supply chain processes for international trade and ensures priority processing for imports & exports.

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Food Business Licence

Trisco Foods is licensed as a Food Manufacturer under Ipswich City Council.

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Environmental Policy

Trisco Foods Pty Ltd will conduct business operations in an environmentally responsible manner. The management and staff will exercise due diligence in implementing and maintaining procedures, employing methods and technology on our sites to avoid environmental damage.

It is recognised that responsibility for environmental control rests with Trisco Foods Pty Ltd. The company relies on its people to act responsibly in performing their activities, taking into account our collective environmental obligations.

To meet these commitments Trisco Foods Pty Ltd will:

Establish and implement environmental standards to meet existing regulations and any future regulatory requirements.
Support a monitoring system via Incident Reports to advise management of any incident so that measures of prevention can be implemented.
Maintain employee awareness of the company’s environmental responsibilities and activities through staff training at induction. Copies of his policy and the management system are available in the lunchroom.
Use technology-based systems to prevent environmental damage.