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Agriculture Xinavane Tongaat Hulett
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South African sugar producer Tongaat Hulett has begun work on a $41 million refinery in southern Mozambique to make enough white sugar to satisfy the country’s demand in full. The refinery will be built at the company’s [...]

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The price of grain in central Mozambique fell as much as 50% in April, a hunger monitoring group said this week, as improved rainfall marked an effective end to a two-year drought in the region, and Mozambique’s political factions agreed a truce that [...]

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Food & Drink Heineken's Ethiopian brand portfolio.
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Dutch brewing multinational Heineken is pushing for a reduction in alcohol consumption taxes in Mozambique in order to make its planned $100 million brewery more competitive, according to the head of Mozambique’s investment promotion office. [...]

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Food & Drink Minister of Trade and Industry, Max Tonela, inspects Sumol-Compal products at the Boane factory.
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Portuguese-owned soft drinks company Sumol+Compal today exported its first batch of drinks to South Africa from its plant at Boane, province of Maputo, and announced further orders from other countries in the region.

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Business Bread for sale in Maputo. Photo © Timothy Haccius / Zitamar News
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The Mozambican government has announced the complete liberalization of the price of bread, and the removal of subsidies to flour mills - saying Mozambique’s rising currency and falling global flour price would cushion the impact of the measures. [...]

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