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Jamaican soft drinks company sells up

Rudisa Holdings, a Surinamese company which acquired the old Coca-Cola plant in Kingston, Jamaica, in 2009, has abandoned any idea of making soft drinks there.

Carbonates Beverages

Spain pushes ahead with pistachio nut production scheme

Spain’s Borges Agricultural & Industrial Nuts (BAIN), Spanish financial services company CaixaBank and the rural development and cooperation association ACORD have signed an agreement to back an investment project that will help to realise the farming component of a pistachio nut production scheme in Segarra-Garrigues. 

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Bolivian Brazil nut exporter makes moves to focus more on domestic market

Bolivian-based Brazil nut exporter Empresa Boliviana de Almendras y Derivados (EBA) has suspended Brazil nut exports to Europe and the US in order to prioritise the domestic market, due to low availability of Brazil nuts following a drought that harmed the 2016/17 crop, said Patricia Ballivián, general manager at Bolivia’s Service for the Development of Productive Public Companies (SEDEM).

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Mis-shaped raw material proves a winner

Misfit Juicery, an anti-food waste company based in Washington DC, the US, that uses misshapen or bruised produce to make bottled juices, has rebranded as the business lands deals with high-profile retailers. The move also positions the startup to expand beyond juice.

Beverages United States

Mis-shaped raw material proves a winner

Misfit Juicery, an anti-food waste company based in Washington DC, the US, that uses misshapen or bruised produce to make bottled juices, has rebranded as the business lands deals with high-profile retailers. The move also positions the startup to expand beyond juice.

United States Beverages

Chinese fresh fruit retail chain plans massive expansion

Pagoda, a chain of fresh fruit shops established some 15 years ago, has announced plans to have 10,000 stores by 2020.

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