CHINA: Danisco expanding in China
Danish food ingredient manufacturer Danisco has released an upbeat statement about its Chinese operations, which it launched in 1999 Danisco has its own factory in China, where ingredients including emulsifiers and functional systems for the food industry are produced. The group described sales as "roaring - net sales in China are at a three-digit million DKK figure and sales were up by 100% last year". On the basis of this, Danisco is opening a flavour factory in Kunshan, China.
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