INDIA: Heritage Foods given purchase approval

By just-food.com | 24 April 2006

Heritage Foods India has said that the Honourable High Court of Karnataka has approved its purchase of the Hyderabad unit of Indiana Dairy Specialities. The Hyderabad unit consists of 13,000 square yards of land, buildings, factory and machinery.

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Heritage Foods India has said that the Honourable High Court of Karnataka has approved its purchase of the Hyderabad unit of Indiana Dairy Specialities. The Hyderabad unit consists of 13,000 square yards of land, buildings, factory and machinery.

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