Sales Geography of the Altai cereals has expanded

Sales Geography of the Altai cereals has expanded

The largest grain processing company of Altai Krai expands sales geography of its products. The group of companies “Rosa” has started to deliver products of the flour-and-cereals industry to Georgia. This month, the company sent 25 names of cereals, flakes and macaroni products to Tbilisi, writes altairegion22.ru. The range of supply includes traditional cereals, which are steadily in great demand over the world, a unique development of experts of group of companies “Rosa” - groat “Slavyanskaya”, which is a mixture of rye and buckwheat groats. Consumers can appreciate the taste of the Altai polba and several types of lens, informed the Department of Altai Krai of food, processing, pharmaceutical industry and biotechnologies. The company “Rosa” entered the international market in 2008. Cereals and flakes are exported to Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan, Azerbaijan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Belarus. In foreign countries products are present in Germany, Great Britain, Greece, Italy, France, Spain, Sweden, the United States, Czech Republic and Israel.

 

In June, the “Rosa” started deliveries of cereals and cereal flakes to Canada and Australia. The assortment, presented to customers of foreign countries, amounted to about 30 names. On the shelves there are products under the trademarks “Altaiskaya skazka” and Altalia. The manufacturer negotiates for supplies to Armenia, China, Mongolia, Turkey and a number of Latin American countries.

 

Reference: In Altai Krai from January to July compared with the same period last year an increase in production output of cereals was recorded by 29.8%. Such indicators of the company are achieved by the modernization of its production facilities, expanding of the product range and increasing the production of finished products.

By Katun24


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