Nestlé inaugurates $22m fruit juice plant in Pakistan

By Rachel Arthur contact

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Chaunsa mangos are grown in Pakistan. Pic:getty/cristinistor
Chaunsa mangos are grown in Pakistan. Pic:getty/cristinistor

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Nestlé Pakistan has inaugurated a manufacturing plant for Nestlé Fruita Vitals: a range of juices, nectars and drinks.

The plant at the Sheikhupura Factory has a production capacity of 24,000 units per hour, and the $22m USD investment represents one of Nestlé Pakistan’s largest projects in recent times.

Samer Chedid, CEO, Nestlé Pakistan, said: “Nestlé’s recent investment is a testament to our continuous trust in Pakistan and its growth potential.

"We are also excited about integrating our Chaunsa value chain. We are procuring Chaunsa mangoes from the 110 farms that we introduced interventions at to improve their yield’s quantity and quality.

"This integration demonstrates our Creating Shared Value approach in which we ensure that our activities and products are making a positive difference to society while contributing to Nestlé’s ongoing success.”

Nestlé Pakistan is headquarted in Lahore, with four production facilities across the country. It has been operating in Pakistan since 1988.

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