ARGENTINA/CHILE: Camilo Ferron buys Unilever plant in Chile
Argentinean fats and oils company Camilo Ferron has acquired a Chilean fats and oils facility from Unilever Bestfoods, the food division of Anglo-Dutch consumer products giant Unilever. The factory, which has 50 employees and an annual production capacity of 150,000 metric tons, will be Camilo Ferron's fourth plant, reported El Cronista.
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