Danone adds capacity for Alpro plant-based brand in north-east France

Dairy large Danone is investing in its Alpro model with a EUR16.5m (US$19.4m) money injection so as to add a brand new manufacturing line at a plant in north-east France.

The French firm stated the funding in its Issenheim facility within the Haut-Rhin division, positioned within the Alsace area, will make the plant Danone’s “largest plant-based drink manufacturing web site” in Europe.

Danone stated the extra capability shall be on-line by July subsequent yr for the soy, oat, rice, almond, coconut and hazelnut-based Alpro drinks.

Frédéric Lebas, the pinnacle of the Issenheim web site, stated in an announcement: “With this funding, we’re a part of Alpro’s want to democratise crops by growing our manufacturing capability by 70,000 further tons per yr. Our web site works every day with its 400 associate farmers to advertise native provide and contribute to the event of a soy-bean sector within the area.”


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