INDIA: PepsiCo, LT Foods in co-packing deal for Kurkure

By Michelle Russell | 16 August 2012

Global snacks giant PepsiCo has asked Indian firm LT Foods to co-pack its Kurkure rice snack brand for the local market.

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Global snacks giant PepsiCo has asked Indian firm LT Foods to co-pack its Kurkure rice snack brand for the local market.

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