Honduran Brewery Invests $ 2.65 Million

The company invested in a juice production line for the new Del Valle product Fresh.

Thursday, October 7, 2010

In a 500 ml presentation, orange juice is already being marketed throughout the country.

Karla Avila, Honduran brewery spokesman, told Latribuna.hn, "We just made a company breakthrough, we invested in the juice business, we made an investment of 50 million Lempiras ($ 2.65 million) in a new production line.”

The company currently generates 3,000 direct jobs and 15,000 indirect jobs.

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