TURKEY: Pinar Gida expects 5% turnover increase for 2002
Turkish food and beverage group Pinar Gida has announced that it is expecting to achieve a 5% year-on-year increase in turnover for 2002.
The group has also announced plans to export products to 45 countries next year, and hopes to post foreign sales of over US$30m. At the moment the group exports to 37 countries, compared to 28 countries in 2001.
Pinar Gidar supplies products to a number of fastfood chains in Turkey, including McDonald’s and Burger King, reported the Turkish News Digest.
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