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Agrana acquires fruit processing plant in India

30 May 2017 | News

As the global leader in fruit preparations, AGRANA now maintains 26 production sites in 20 countries.

The sugar, starch and fruit group AGRANA has consolidated its presence in Asia through the acquisition of a fruit processing plant from the Indian fruit processor SAIKRUPA Fruit Processing Pvt. Ltd.

Following the establishment of AGRANA Fruit India Private Ltd. last September and the acquisition of facility from SAIKRUPA, AGRANA has now expanded its production activities in Asia to a third territory, in addition to China and South Korea, namely the Indian subcontinent. As the global leader in fruit preparations, AGRANA now maintains 26 production sites in 20 countries.

The fruit processing plant in question is located in western India in the federal state of Maharashtra, around 50 km south of Pune. The plant is therefore located in close proximity to strategically important commodities such as mangos, strawberries, pomegranates and guava. Key customers have also set up operations in this region. At the same time, AGRANA Fruit India has opened an administration office and a research and development laboratory in Pune.

In addition to supplying the food processing industry, AGRANA also supplies its fruit preparations to fast-food companies and food service providers.

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