Meira Oy in Hot Drinks (Finland)
Meira Oy’s future strategy is based on offering quality coffee products rather than competing with price. The company aims at improving its position in coffee in Finland by launching new products, particularly premium products and fair trade varieties. Meira is also believed to be focusing on developing its instant coffee business. The company is set to increase investments in marketing and distribution in order to strengthen its presence in both on-trade and off-trade channels.
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Table of contentsStrategic Direction
Summary 1 Meira Oy: Key Facts
Summary 2 Meira Oy: Operational Indicators
Summary 3 Meira Oy: Production Statistics 2012
Summary 4 Meira Oy: Competitive Position 2012
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