Szobi Italgyártó Kft in Soft Drinks (Hungary)
The company is entering into the juices category in addition to its core business of liquid concentrates. Szobi Italgyártó Kft sources most of the ingredients necessary for production from local farmers in order to emphasize its Hungarian brand origin and will continue to do so in the forecast period to make its products more competitive in terms of consumer loyalty.
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Product coverage: Asian Speciality Drinks, Bottled Water, Carbonates, Concentrates, Fruit/Vegetable Juice, RTD Coffee, RTD Tea, Sports and Energy Drinks.
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Table of contentsStrategic Direction
Summary 1 Szobi Italgyártó Kft: Key Facts
Summary 2 Szobi Italgyártó Kft: Operational Indicators
Summary 3 Szobi Italgyártó Kft Competitive Position 2012
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