PepsiCo Ukraine is building a Lay’s potato chip production line at its Mykolaiv region food processing plant.
Friday, November 16, 2018

PepsiCo Ukraine is building a Lay’s potato chip production line at its Mykolaiv region food processing plant.

PepsiCo Ukraine is building a Lay’s potato chip production line at its Mykolaiv region food processing plant. Due to open next summer, the plant would consume about 50,000 tons of potatoes. PepsiCo will supply regional farmers with seed potatoes of varieties suitable for chips and training by company agronomists. PepsiCo Ukraine CEO Iryna Kozlova said: “Today we are preparing to install the first line for the production of potato chips.” Currently, PepsiCo only makes Lay’s potato chips in Poland. According to PotatoPro news site, Ukraine is the world’s fourth producer of potatoes, producing 22 million tons, 2.5 times Poland’s production.

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