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CP Kelco expands pectin plant in Denmark
12:07 PM MDT | October 8, 2013 | Vincent Valk
CP Kelco is investing 60 million Danish kroner ($10.7 million) to expand its pectin production site at Lille Skensved, Denmark, the company says. CP Kelco had previously spent DK15 million to ready the plant for expansion. The new capacity of the plant, which is the world’s largest pectin production site, has not been disclosed. The expansion is expected to be complete by June of next year. CP Kelco produces pectin used in low-sugar jams, yogurt fruit preparation, and bakery glazes at the plant. Pectin demand is rising because of the substance's...
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