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November 21, 2008

UGANDA: SALL eyes increased milk output

Ugandan dairy group Sameer Agricultural and Livestock Limited (SALL) has said that it will increase the amount of milk it processes, with a new production plant set to “significantly” boost capacity.

Ugandan dairy group Sameer Agricultural and Livestock Limited (SALL) has said that it will increase the amount of milk it processes, with a new production plant set to “significantly” boost capacity.


A spokesperson for the company confirmed to just-food that the group expects the amount of milk it processes to increase when construction of a new processing plant is completed.


“The new plant means we will be able to increase milk collections from farmers and raise production levels,” the spokesperson said today (21 November).


The plant will have the capacity to process 250,000 litres of milk each day.


SALL is a joint venture between Sameer Group of Kenya and RJ Corporation of India. It produces Milk-Fresh pasteurised milk in sachets, UHT milk, yoghurt, butter, ghee and milk powder.

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