USA: World leader opens South America's largest caramel color plant
D.D. Williamson, the world leader in caramel color, began manufacturing product at its newest facility located in Manaus, Brazil. The plant, initiated last year, is the largest in South America with a capacity of 30,000 metric tons. It gives D.D. Williamson a strong position on its fifth continent as the company already has production operations in North America, Europe, Asia, and Africa. Manufacturing in Brazil enables D.D. Williamson to better serve its South American customers - food and beverage processors.
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