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PepsiCo invests 2,6 billion rubles in "Agusha Myself"

PepsiCo is investing more than 2,6 billion rubles. in the construction of a baby food plant in Timashevsk dairy plant in the Krasnodar region. The corresponding volume of investments specified in the agreement, which was signed on Tuesday Krasnodar Territory Governor Benjamin Kondrat'ev and president of PepsiCo in Russia, Ukraine and CIS Silviu Popovich.

The funds will be used to implement the first phase of the project. At the first stage it is planned to construct a building of the new plant area of ​​about 6 thousand sq. M. meters and set the lines for the production of children's cottage cheese under the brand names "Agusha" and "Agusha I myself", as well as the bottling drinking yoghurt "Agusha" and "Miracle babies". The project also includes the reconstruction of the acceptance department and standardization of milk, the installation of new processing equipment and the creation of a separate laboratory for quality control on each production stage.

Complete the first phase of construction is scheduled in the I quarter of the year 2018.

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