New frozen factoryThis article was originally published in Foodnews
AGAMA-Trade, a Russian frozen food processor, is to build a new plant in the country's Kyivskaya region, according to Agrooglyad .The 2 000 sq. m. plant will cost an estimated US$3.0 million and increase the company's production capacity by 30%. It will make about 20 tonnes of finished product daily, under the Agama and Bukhta Izobiliya brand names. Construction will start in March and the plant is planned to start up in September. Agama-Trade was founded in 2001 and produces frozen shrimp, fish, seafood, confectionery, meat products, ready meals, berries, mushrooms, vegetables and vegetable mixes, bakery products and other items. Its turnover in 2007 was US$30 million. The company recently opened a sales office in Moldova (FOODNEWS 1 February).