Jiangxi builds factory for Taiwan brand

17:20, October 08, 2010      

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Construction of a new plant for the Taiwan-based food producer Tingyi(Cayman Islands) Holding Corp. has kicked off in the economic and technological development area in Nanchang City, east China's Jiangxi Province, according to a local official in Nanchang Friday.

The construction is backed by an investment of one billion yuan (149.86 U. S. dollars) from the Wuhan Tingjin Food Co., Ltd. under the Tingyi group.

The plant is expected to produce 500,000 tonnes of mineral water, and 1.5 million tonnes of juice and tea drinks every year with an annual output value of one billion yuan, said Qin Fude, manager of the Wuhan company.

Tingyi (Cayman Islands) Holding Corp. is the largest instant noodle producer and Taiwanese enterprise on the mainland. It specializes in the production and distribution of instant noodles, beverages, baked goods and soft drinks under its brand name-Master Kong.



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