Source: eKapija | Tuesday, 27.02.2018.| 12:33
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CG Foods opens new production line in Ruma – White noodles soon to be available in US market

The Nepalese Wai Wai noodle plant in Ruma has expanded its facility and opened a new production line.

– We have started producing noodle cups and the first quantities have already been delivered to customers. The first reactions from the market show that there's great interest in this product. We've also started producing white noodles. The first quantities have been sent to England and the local market, and the production for the American market is expected to start in the upcoming days – the factory announced.

The Wai Wai noodles produced in Ruma, which are exported worldwide, were also presented at the biggest food and drink trade fair in the world, held in Dubai, which closed on February 22, 2018, the press release says.

Noodles made in Ruma contain over 90% of ingredients from Serbia. A total of 80% of the products made here are meant for export. Products from the factory are exported to European markets, from the Scandinavian countries to Portugal, as well as to the United Arab Emirates and the countries of the Middle East, and the company started cooperating with Qatar as well in January. Aside from the US market, they will soon start exporting to Canada as well, as said in the press release.

With the opening of the CG Foods plant in Ruma, the company CG Corp Global launched its operations in Europe. The factory is a part of the global conglomerate of Cinnovation Group, which consists of 122 companies and 76 brands and operates in several business spheres: infrastructure, hotel business, banking, provision of phone services, food industry, hydro power plants, education, cigarettes and drinks. Cinnovation Group is owned by the first Nepalese billionaire, Binod Chaudhary, featured on Forbes' billionaires list.

The noodle factory employs around 130 workers and produces 150,000 packs in one shift, the press release adds.
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