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Fonterra Requests Temporary Trading Halt

9 August 2018

FONTERRA REQUESTS TEMPORARY TRADING HALT

Fonterra Co-operative Group Limited (for itself and on behalf of Fonterra Shareholders’ Fund) has requested an immediate trading halt to be applied to their respective securities on:

1. the ASX;
2. NZX Main Board/Debt Market; and
3. the Fonterra Shareholders Market.

Fonterra is currently preparing its annual financial statements for the financial year ended 31 July 2018. As a result of the work being undertaken there may be a variation from the earnings guidance previously given to the market. Fonterra is working to determine whether this is the case and expects to be in a position to notify the market by the close of business on 10 August 2018.

Accordingly, a trading halt has been requested to allow Fonterra to determine this and to make any required announcement to the market.

Anya Wicks
Company Secretary

ENDS


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