It all started with a dream

Founded in 1934, the Tibaldi family of butchers had a dream to provide Australian’s with only the finest cuts of meats processed the traditional way using authentic Italian recipes.

Over 80 years later not much has changed. Today, Tibaldi are a major supplier to the retail, route and food service industry across Australia. The company’s state of the art facilities in Clayton and Coburg excel industry standards using leading technology.

The product range spans across traditional Italian salami, ham, bacon, traditional smallgoods, fresh meat including a range of Outdoor Bred pork. Today Tibaldi employs over 300 people across it’s two Melbourne operations.

What we believe in

Understanding consumers needs and keeping at the fore front of market trends and developments

  • Developing Cleaner Labels and Packaging
  • Focusing on Animal Welfare
  • Ensuring our products are healthy and of the best quality

The Australian Packaging Covenant is a voluntary initiative by Government and Industry, to reduce the environmental effects of packaging on the Environment.

Tibaldi Action Plan – Download PDF File
Tibaldi Annual Report against Actions 2014 – Download PDF File
Tibaldi Annual Report against Actions 2015 – Download PDF File


Here we are today

Tibaldi have 2 manufacturing sites, located in Coburg and Clayton Victoria.

Clayton has state of the art facilities, specialising in ham, bacon, and smallgoods products, with modern highly efficient slicing lines built in 2007/2008, and further major site upgrades taking place in 2013/2014.

Coburg site specializes in fresh / fermented manufacturing, focusing on traditional style, fermented continental smallgoods. The site’s capabilities include a modern prosciutto process as well as a modern and highly efficient gourmet sausage line, and an integrated boning room. With access to a direct farm supply of livestock, Tibaldi have the capacity to process significant numbers — in the past, over 3,000 have been processed with ease.

Combined, both sites currently produce approximately 300,000 kgs per week, with the capacity to double that volume with relatively little capital expenditure.



Tibaldi products can be found at these retailers.