Indian rice group LT Foods reported higher sales for the first nine months of the year, driven by a spike in sales volumes at home and abroad.
LT Foods, the India-based group, is aiming to double its annual sales by 2020.
Indian conglomerate Future Group has entered into a joint venture with local rice supplier LT Foods that will see the two companies take equal stakes in a new business, Genoa Rice Mills.
Indian rice group LT Foods is to set up its first plant in Europe.
Indian rice group LT Foods has set up a local joint venture with Japanese snacks maker Kameda Seika.
Hindustan Unilever, the Indian unit of Unilever, has struck a deal to sell its rice export business, which includes the brands Gold Seal Indus Valley and Rozana, to LT Foods Ltd.
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