USA: P&G Pringles facility re-opens after tornado damage
The only North American plant that makes Pringles crisps has resumed production, a week after tornado damage forced the facility in Jackson, Tennessee to close. US consumer goods giant Procter & Gamble, which operates the plant, said orders would resume on 15 May, with shipping recommencing the following week. The plant, which also makes Torengos crisps, is currently operating at 50% capacity.
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