The Barry Callebaut Group has introduced the respectable opening of its new chocolate and compound production facility, positioned in Baramati, India.
The new manufacturing unit is positioned about 250km south-east of Mumbai and represents its largest funding in India thus far. The new chocolate manufacturing unit and warehouse come with an R&D lab and meeting strains able to production chocolate and compound in several supply codecs, catering to the quite a lot of wishes of its consumers – world meals producers, native confectioneries and semi-industrial bakers and patisseries.
Antoine de Saint-Affrique, leader government of the Barry Callebaut Group stated: “The new factory in Baramati celebrates India’s rich chocolate heritage and marks a new milestone in Barry Callebaut’s history of direct investment in India. It underlines our commitment to the world’s second most populous country, a confectionery market with great potential. In line with our ‘smart growth’ strategy, the new factory expands our local production footprint in the region.”
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