Patanjali, the fast-growing Indian FMCG firm, is seeking to further expand its manufacturing operations with the proposed construction of a new food plant in the state of Chhattisgarh, India.
The company, which manufactures ayurvedic products, has reportedly signed a memorandum of understanding to build a food and herbal processing unit in the village of Rajnandgaon at a cost of 671 crore INR ($106 million). According to a Business Standard report, the new facility will manufacture and process a wide range of food and drink products, including honey, amla juice, aloe vera juice, tomato ketchup, frozen vegetables, rice and pulses.
Patanjali has rapidly expanded its production capacity over recent years and now operates around 50 factories across India, manufacturing more than 900 products in total across food, drinks and personal care categories.
Source: Business Standard
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