Aerospace News

  • Gruma, on schedule to open US$ 55 million plant in Puebla this year

    Gruma, S.A.B. de C.V., a Nuevo Leon-based corn flour and tortillas manufacturing company, announced it’s on schedule to open a third production site for its Mission brand at the municipality of Huejotzingo, Puebla, before this year is ended.

    The facility will have a capacity to produce 50,000 tons of tortillas and chips a year, said Gruma on a report issued to stock market regulators.

    "With this new plant, which will create

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  • NewStar Fresh Foods to add new equipment at Mexicali facility

    NewStar Fresh Foods, a grower, harvester and processor of a variety of vegetables, announced plans to enhance operations at its facility in Mexicali, Baja California, to reduce food waste, simplify their supply chain and ensure consistent portion control.

    Though no specific amount of investment was revealed, the California-based company said in a press release it will add mechanized optical sorters, precision slicers and form-fill

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  • Organic cereals by Kellogg’s have sales worth US$ 1 million in Mexico

    Kashi, a brand of organic energy bars and cereals Kellogg's originally from the US, recorded its first million dollars in Mexico sales as of June 2017 one year after having entered the Country, despite its prices doubling those of traditional products. The average price of a Kashi cereal box is 79.90 pesos with a 300 or 400 grams presentation, compared to a regular cereal box, which costs 40 pesos. “Products labeled organic

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  • Nestle will use Mexican maize and wheat

    Nestle signed an agreement with the International Center for Maize and Wheat Improvement (CIMMYT) to satisfy 100% of its demand with grain produced in Mexico in a sustainable way by 2022. The products made with the Mexican maize and wheat after this new agreement, will be used to cover the Company's demand in Mexico; additionally, some of these articles will be exported to other countries. The Company issued a press release

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  • Grupo Fiesta Charra opens US$ 18 million production facility in Guanajuato

    Grupo Fiesta Charra, producer of Tostadas Charras, earlier this month opened a new production plant located in the municipality of San Jose Iturbide, in Guanajuato, Mexico, with a US$ 18.1 million investment.

    The facility, which was built on a 6.4 acres site, will double the capacity from 1,300 to 2,600 tons per year, enough to efficiently supply the 25 distribution centers located in Mexico and four in the United States. Around 250

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