Ibrahim Belkora’s Agro Juice Processing seeks a third of its turnover from West Africa

Ibrahim Belkora’s Agro Juice Processing seeks a third of its turnover from West Africa

Thanks to the export of new products, the juice producer seeks to conquer the rest of the continent and is thinking of expanding further south of the Sahara.

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            ▪ Ibrahim Belkora’s Agro Juice Processing seeks a third of its turnover from West Africa

▪ Thanks to the export of new products, the juice producer seeks to conquer the rest of the continent and is thinking of expanding further south of the Sahara.

https://www.jeuneafriquebusinessplus.com/en/807666/ibrahim-belkoras-agro-juice-processing-seeks-a-third-of-its-turnover-from-west-africa/

22/04/2021 at 16h58, by Jeune Afrique Business+, updated 23/04/2021

The current market leader in canned juice in Morocco has grand ambitions for the continental market. After ten years in West Africa, the juice producer based in Meknes is betting on a new product intending to conquer the sub-Saharan market.

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