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Dublin Whiskey to build new distillery in Ireland By DBR Staff Writer
The Dublin Whiskey Company is planning to build a new whiskey distillery and visitor center in Mill Street, Dublin, Ireland, to cater to the increasing demand for Irish whiskey.
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Fonterra announces $555m investment in New Zealand and deal with China's Beingmate By DBR Staff Writer
Fonterra is planning to acquire 20% stake in Chinese infant food manufacturer Beingmate and invest $555m in its milk powder capacity in New Zealand.
Technology > Process Technology > News Indian state Odisha to establish two dairy plants By DBR Staff Writer
Indian state of Odisha has announced plans to establish two new dairy plants, a move that will boost the milk production capacity in the region.
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Edrington to build £100m Macallan distillery in Scotland
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Spirits producer Edrington has obtained the planning permission to construct a new £100m distillery and visitor center in Moray, Scotland, for its brand The Macallan.
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Coca-Cola to invest $5bn in African operations
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Coca-Cola will invest around $5bn in Africa over the next six years to expand its production facilities in the continent.
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Brooklyn Brewery to invest $70m to build new facility in New York
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Brooklyn Brewery is planning to construct a new brewing facility in New York with an investment of around $70m.
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La Martiniquaise opens winery in Portugal
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French spirits firm La Martiniquaise has opened a new winery and a centralized bulk storage in northwest Portugal.
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Jinta Vineyards buys Quixote Winery for $29m
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Chinese-owned establishment Jinta Vineyards and Winery, a subsidiary of Le Melange, has bought US-based Quixote Winery, in a deal worth approximately $29m.
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Against the Grain to establish new brewery in Kentucky
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Craft brewery Against the Grain Brewery (AtG) will establish a new production and packaging facility in Louisville, in a move to increase its production capacity by 400%.
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Stone Brewing to open new brewery in Germany
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US-based establishment Stone Brewing is set to unveil a new production brewery and expansive destination restaurant in Berlin, Germany.
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Fonterra, Abbott partner to develop dairy farm hub in China
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Fonterra, a New Zealand-based dairy co-operative, has entered into an agreement with Abbott Laboratories to develop a new dairy farm hub in China.
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Sobeys to sell dairy operations for $356m
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Canadian food retailer Sobeys has agreed to sell its dairy processing operations to Agropur Cooperative, in a deal worth $356m.
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Meijer awards design-build contract to CME for US milk plant
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American hypermarket chain Meijer has awarded the design-build contract to CME for the new $100m fluid milk processing plant in Tipp City, Ohio.
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