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12-Aug2011

Tata Coffee Plans To Acquire Instant Coffee Maker In Europe

Tata Coffee, India's largest Coffee Producing Company is planning to invest over Rs 500 crore to acquire an instant coffee maker in Europe seeking to add more profitable customers.

The company is planning to increase its instant coffee production by 75 percent to 14,000 metric tons in the next four years in part by acquiring a plant in Europe. Tata Coffee, which supplies beans to Starbucks Corporation the world's largest coffee-shop operator, is also boosting production of the arabica variety.

Tata Coffee is arguably the largest integrated coffee plantation company in the world. The company has a hand in every aspect of the coffee making process, with business activities ranging from growing and curing of coffee and tea to the manufacture and marketing of value-added coffee products. It owns 19 coffee estates located in ideal coffee growing highlands of Southern India, with fertile soils and invigorating climate.

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