Coca-Cola opens its first factory in Gaza Strip; creates 120 jobs

Coca-Cola opens its first factory in Gaza Strip; creates 120 jobs

Coca-Cola officially opened its first plant in the Gaza Strip. The plant, operating partially for several months, began its activities full-time on November 30th, at the end of a ceremony. While there are three other bottling plants in the Palestinian Territories, the $ 20 million (€ 19 million) project could boost the moribund economy of […]

FrieslandCampina Asia Wins 2016 Gold Standard Award for Regional Corporate Citizenship

FrieslandCampina Asia Wins 2016 Gold Standard Award for Regional Corporate Citizenship

FrieslandCampina, one of the world’s leading dairy companies, announced that it has been conferred with PublicAffairsAsia’s Gold Standard Award for Corporate Citizenship (Regional Programme) for 2016. This is the second year that FrieslandCampina has been recognised with the award. The award, which was presented at the annual Gold Standard Awards ceremony in Hong Kong yesterday […]

India frozen food market projected to grow at a CAGR of around 15%

Recently released research report on India’s Frozen food market reveals that rapid urbanization, changing lifestyles, rising number of working women and increasing per capita disposable income would drive India frozen food market through 2021.

India frozen food market projected to grow at a CAGR of around 15%

According to TechSci Research report, “India Frozen Food Market By Product Type, By Organized vs. Unorganized, Competition Forecast and Opportunities, 2011 – 2021”, India frozen food market is projected to grow at a CAGR of around 15%, during 2016-2021. “Frozen food market in India is growing due to convenience associated with frozen food products. Demand […]

Syria Food Production at All-Time Low

Urgent assistance to farmers critical to stemming growing food insecurity, UN agencies say

Syria Food Production at All-Time Low

Food production in Syria has hit a record low as widespread insecurity and unfavourable weather conditions in parts of the country continued to hamper access to land, farming supplies and markets, making it ever more difficult for farmers to maintain their livelihoods and feed the war-torn country. The latest Crop and Food Security Assessment Mission […]

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