Miraka uses renewable geothermal energy to generate more than 300 million litres of premium milk products for global markets each year. It is located 30km northwest of Taupō.
Miraka is owned by a group of Māori trusts and sources milk from more than 100 farms in the area. The majority of the dividends generated for the owners are invested back into the land and communities.
Tikanga Māori is fundamental to Miraka. All new suppliers, employees and their families are hosted at an annual powhiri to welcome and invite them into the Miraka whānau.
The Miraka goal is to become the most sustainable dairy company in the world, acting as kaitiaki for the land and community. Its industry-leading Te Ara Miraka Farming Excellence Programme supports farmers to continually strive for excellence in animal welfare, sustainable land use, employee welfare and prosperity while producing the highest quality milk.