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The company aims to achieve sales of Bt15.3 billion this year through aggressive expansion. The group yesterday announced a Bt3.1 billion investment plan this year, aimed at increasing the production capacity of its ready-to-drink green tea products
00 am Oishi Group, a subsidiary of Thai Beverage, is reinforcing its brand image as the most innovative vendor of ready-to-drink green tea with the launch of a returnable bottle for its honey-and-lemon flavour. The launch of the returnable bottle
00 am Thai Beverage stands to benefit substantially if it gains majority control over Fraser & Neave (F&N), as the Singapore-based drinks firm would be a key piece of the jigsaw in strengthening the Thai firm's beverage profile in the Kingdom while
00 am Thai Beverage's stake in Fraser & Neave (F&N) is another piece of the strategic jigsaw as ThaiBev moves to become an international giant, benefiting from the Singapore-based beverage firm's regional distribution network and management know-how.
00 am Oishi Group is launching its new-look "Amino Plus" drinks, with a beauty formula that contains less sugar and low calories. Its main sales claim is that it is the only brand that provides "7 essential amino acids" in every bottle.
The green-tea market is expected to hit Bt10 billion this year, a 20-per-cent increase from Bt9.8 billion last year, so there is more room to attract new players into the market as well as create tougher competition, Aniruth Mahathorn, vice president
22 pm The massive flood, which shut down all the industrial estates in Ayutthaya, has washed out any hopes that the Bt8-billion ready-to-drink green tea market would grow to Bt10 billion this year. At least two key green tea players, Mai Tan and
The plant also includes the central kitchen, which serves more than 120 Oishi Japanese restaurants throughout the country," he said. About 1,200 of Oishi's 6,500 employees work at the plant, of whom 200-300 are part-time. "In the worst scenario, we
The new beverage plant for Thailand's No 1 green-tea brand, worth about Bt2.5 billion, on a 60-rai (9.6-hectare) plot in the industrial estate, is part of Oishi Group's vision to become a global leader in Japanese-style food and beverage businesses.
Thailand's ready-to-drink green-tea market is expected to see faster growth of 30 per cent to Bt10 billion in sales value this year, according to Tan Passakornnatee, chief executive officer of Mai Tan...The ready-to-drink green-tea market grew 20 per