Our family business has proudly evolved from its
humble beginnings in 1936. As a private company,
we value our customers and are determined to provide a standard
of service and products that far surpasses our competition.
We are committed to our customers, the industry
that supports our business and the communities of our workers.
In 1936, Ivan Peter Talijancich established Talley's
Seafood Division in Motueka, New Zealand.
Division now owns and operates four seafood processing
factories and a fleet of inshore and deep water fishing
vessels. The Division also has involvement in fishing
quota, mussel farms, coolstorage facilities
and a fleet of freezer trucks.
We also have a Deep Sea Division which
packs the Amaltal Frozen at Sea brand.
New Zealand controls the world's fourth
largest fishing zone. A Quota Management System (QMS) protects
New Zealand waters from being over fished, and provides a long-term
guarantee of seafood supply. We take significant responsibility
for the sustainable management of New Zealand's seafood resources
and the future of the fishing industry.
In 1978 we began processing in Motueka and later through factories
in Blenheim and Ashburton, New Zealand. The Vegetable
Division operate their own farms and contracts the supply
of vegetables with a wide base of growers.
Established in 1995, this factory is the newest and most technologically
advanced ice cream operation in New Zealand. Located in Motueka,
the Dairy Division uses local
natural ingredients, especially rich fresh cream and milk, to
make the creamiest and smoothest taste in ice cream. International
success with Crème de la Crème ice cream has strengthened New
Zealand's reputation as the source of fine dairy products.