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|| PepsiCo Joint Venture Acquires Egyptian Dairy and Juice Company

beyti almarai pepsicoInternational Dairy and Juice Limited (IDJ), a joint venture between PepsiCo and Almarai, announced that it has acquired Egypt's International Company for Agro-Industrial Projects (Beyti).

Beyti, founded in 2005, is a well recognized brand name in Egypt. It produces a range of high-quality dairy and juice products, including plain and flavored UHT milk, flavored yogurt, cheese and a variety of juices.

Their full press release follows



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