A Bloody Business: the history of five Hawke’s Bay freezing works explores the effect the frozen meat processing industry had on the socio-economics of the Hawke’s Bay region using as illustration five significant meat works: Tomoana (1884), Hawke’s Bay & North British (1887), Thomas Borthwick & Sons Limited, Pakipaki (1906), Wairoa (1909) and Whakatū (1913) freezing works.
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