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Coca Cola India assures to set up project in Jharkhand

Ranchi, Nov 29(UNI) Beverages giant Coca Cola India today assured that the company will set up a project in Jharkhand.
Ishtiaque Amjad VP Coca Cola India said at the Global Agriculture and Food Summit here that the company would be taking further steps in this regard and hold talks with the government.
He said, the company was one of the largest buyer of agriculture products not only in India but also in other nations of the world.
He said that the company has an array of products in fruits and vegetables segments and was doing well in the dairy segment. Mr Amjad said Coca Cola was also going to venture into tea and coffee segments.
Mr Amjad said that Coco Cola buys 95 per cent of fruits from India. He assured that in the course of the next two-three the company would procure 100 per cent fruit supplies from India.
Mr Amjad said the company has already assured an investment of Rs 11000 crore in India by the year 2022. He, however, said that despite being the second largest producer of fruits and vegetables in the world,food processing sector in the country needed more thrust and assured all possible cooperation from the company.
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