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Nestlé invests $154 million in Mexican coffee plant

 
Wednesday 19 December, 2018
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Nestlé will invest $154 million in a new plant in Veracruz, Mexico, which will process 20,000 tons of coffee per year.

In a private meeting with Mexico’s newly-inaugurated president Andrés Manuel López Obrador, Nestlé said that the new facility will create 250 direct jobs and 2,500 indirect jobs.

The new factory includes the recirculation of process water, recovery of all coffee waste to produce energy and the use of all renewable electrical energy.