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Moutai to invest US$70m in Chinese rice wine

Moutai to invest US$70m in Chinese rice wine

By Jennifer Phang

Kweichou Moutai, the leader in rice wine in China has disclosed plans to invest 437 million yuan ($US69m) in 2012, to produce an additional 2800 tonnes of wine.

Coke sees fizz in Indian non-fizzy drinks market

Coke sees fizz in Indian non-fizzy drinks market

By Ankush Chibber

Coca-Cola India has set up a division to innovate, sell and distribute juices, energy and powder drinks in order to garner a higher share of the growing non-fizzy drinks market in India.

Hao Ji Group invests in instant non-fried noodles

Chinese food group invests in non-fried noodle production

By Jennifer Phang

Sichuan-based Hao Ji Group is investing 60bn Chinese yuan (US$9.45m) to boost noodle production at two main sites to a capacity of more than 700,000 tonnes of noodles with up to 12 varieties of Chinese grains.

Stevia Corp enters research partnership to encourage cultivation in Vietnam

Stevia: Economically viable in Vietnam

By Kacey Culliney

US farm management company, Stevia Corp, has signed an agreement with a Vietnamese research institute to strengthen knowledge of stevia cultivation and crop management to drive production in the country.

ADF expands in response to increasing consumer demand for RTE foods

ADF to expand due to Indian demand for RTE foods

By Ankush Chibber

India-based ADF Foods is investing heavily in extending production capacity as it looks to expand aggressively in the domestic as well as international markets on the back of growing demand for ready-to-eat foods.

Nestlé India has been threatened court action over trademark infringement

Amul slams Nestlé over trademark infringement

By Ankush Chibber

Nestlé India has been threatened of court action by Amul, India's largest dairy cooperative, over the Swiss food major infringing on the latter's trademarks in the country.

Coca Cola's strawberry flavoured Minute Maid drink deemed safe

Coca Cola drinks deemed safe after fatal poisoning

By Jennifer Phang

Coca Cola China has declared its products safe following one death and three other serious incidences of poisoning connected to the consumption of its strawberry flavoured Minute Maid milk drink.

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