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Honey Top To Invest In Indian New Factory At Nasik

Chapatis and Naan have  been popular overseas with  Asian expat communities . HoneyTop Speciality foods is now coming up with automated plant in India to launch   ready  to serve  chapatis and naan  . It would be interesting  to see Indian consumer response to such product  as Indians  still prefer  fresh prepared food  to  ready  to serve items.

Honeytop Speciality Foods has invested £3m to build a new factory in India that will supply naan bread and chapattis to India and the wider Asian and Australian markets.
The new 8,000m2 factory - located in Nasik, about 150km north of Mumbai - will initially employ 100 people and is due to open in the second quarter of 2011.

Europe's leading producer of naans and flatbreads and a major supplier of own-label breads to the UK multiples, Dunstable-based Honeytop exports to 10 European markets with overseas sales now accounting for 15% of turnover.

However, this is the first time it has expanded its manufacturing footprint overseas, md David Laurence told FoodManufacture.co.uk: “It’s the bakery equivalent of taking coals to Newcastle, but we believe our naan bread is so good that it will find a ready market with Indian consumers



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http://www.foodmanufacture.co.uk





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