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CO 2 production restarted

This article was originally published in Foodnews

PRODUCTION of carbon dioxide (CO 2) at Pequiven’s facilities in Venezuela has now resumed after “temporary problems during the past week”, sources have said. The CO 2 is used by the country’s soft drink industry. Last week, the National Association for Refreshing Drinks (Anber) spoke of “intermittent operations at Pequiven El Tablazo, and the untimely stoppage of the Pequiven Morón plant”, which caused both plants to report “critical levels of raw materials for the production of CO 2 , which is indispensable for the production of malt and carbonated drinks”.


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