Baltic beverages producer Cido Group continues developing its export potential. The company has commenced exports of juices to Libya this year. This is the first African country that values juices produced in Latvia. Until now, Latvian juices have been exported to markets like China and United Arab Emirates, as reported by the company.
All juices will be exported to Libya under Cido label.
Cido Group representative Inese Lielpinka comments on the company’s choice of direction: “Our juices taste good and are of great quality. This is proven by exports of juices to Northern Africa – a region rich in citrus fruit and which has large variety and availability of juices. The fact that our juices are available on store shelves means we can compete with local producers. For us, this means exploring a new region.”
More than a dozen containers have already been sent to Libya.
The company exports products to approximately 20 countries around the world, including Sweden, Denmark, Great Britain, Ireland, Germany, Poland, Italy, Spain, Malta, Israel, Ukraine, Russia, Belarus, Azerbaijan, the United States, Canada, China and the United Arab Emirates, Lithuania and Estonia, and now Libya. (BNN/Business World Magazine)