NEW ZEALAND: Simply Squeezed to invest US$3.2m over five years - report

By Andy Morton | 14 August 2012

New Zealand juice firm Simply Squeezed will invest NZD4m (US$3.2m) over the next five years to double the number of home-grown oranges it uses, according to local reports.

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New Zealand juice firm Simply Squeezed will invest NZD4m (US$3.2m) over the next five years to double the number of home-grown oranges it uses, according to local reports.

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