Up Is Becoming Self-reliant With Industry-friendly Policies: CM Yogi Inaugurated PepsiCo India’s Greenfield Foods Plant In Mathura

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News Desk, Amar Ujala, Lucknow

Published by: Pankaj Srivastava
Updated Wed, 15 Sep 2021 09:01 PM IST

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This will provide direct and indirect employment to 1500 people. Aiming to have at least 30 per cent of women’s share will promote diversity. PepsiCo India intends to procure 1,50,000 tonnes of potatoes annually from the state.

Industrial Development Minister Satish Mahana and Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath.
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Inspired by the central government’s self-reliant vision, PepsiCo India on Wednesday launched its Greenfield Foods Plant spread over 29 acres in Kosi Kalan (Mathura). This plant was inaugurated by Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath. Speaking on the occasion, the Chief Minister said that Uttar Pradesh has taken swift steps towards becoming self-reliant by focusing on reforms and industry-friendly policies. Uttar Pradesh has reached the second position in terms of ease of doing business in India. Along with employment opportunities, it will help in increasing the income of the farmers. We are sure that Unnati’s partnership will contribute to the progress of the state.

Industrial Development Minister Satish Mahana said that our aim is to make Uttar Pradesh top in the ranking of ‘Ease of Doing Business’. To make this commitment a reality, we have formulated sector specific policies. These include industry-friendly reforms such as labor regulation, single window clearance, timely online permitting and better infrastructure facilities, including roads and electricity.

Eugene Willemson, CEO, PepsiCo said, “India continues to be our strategic market and growth engine for PepsiCo in Africa, the Middle East and South Asia region. No partnership with India can be complete without working closely with Uttar Pradesh. The plant will implement PepsiCo’s best-in-class global technology, sustainability and diversity. Ahmed Alsheikh, President and CEO, PepsiCo India said that the launch of our new Foods Plant at Kosi Kalan, Mathura is in line with the spirit of a self-reliant India. This has become PepsiCo’s single largest investment in the country at Rs 814 crore.

The Kosi Kalan Foods plant in Mathura with an investment of Rs 814 crore is PepsiCo India’s largest greenfield investment in manufacturing in India. This is the company’s first ‘Make and Move’ factory, which will help meet the growing demand for Lay’s, the company’s iconic brand of potato chips. This state-of-the-art foods plant is in line with the development agenda of the state government.

This will provide direct and indirect employment to 1500 people in the state. Aiming to have at least 30 per cent of the total workforce of women in the plant will promote diversity. PepsiCo India intends to procure 1,50,000 tonnes of potatoes annually from the state. For this, the company will build a strong relationship with 5000 farmers of the state.

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Inspired by the central government’s self-reliant vision, PepsiCo India on Wednesday launched its Greenfield Foods Plant spread over 29 acres in Kosi Kalan (Mathura). This plant was inaugurated by Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath. Speaking on the occasion, the Chief Minister said that Uttar Pradesh has taken swift steps towards becoming self-reliant by focusing on reforms and industry-friendly policies. Uttar Pradesh has reached the second position in terms of ease of doing business in India. Along with employment opportunities, it will help in increasing the income of the farmers. We are confident that Unnati’s partnership will contribute to the progress of the state.

Industrial Development Minister Satish Mahana said that our aim is to make Uttar Pradesh top in the ranking of ‘Ease of Doing Business’. To make this commitment a reality, we have formulated sector specific policies. These include industry-friendly reforms such as labor regulation, single window clearance, timely online permitting and better infrastructure facilities, including roads and electricity.

Eugene Willemson, CEO, PepsiCo said, “India continues to be our strategic market and growth engine for PepsiCo in Africa, the Middle East and South Asia region. No partnership with India can be complete without working closely with Uttar Pradesh. The plant will implement PepsiCo’s best-in-class global technology, sustainability and diversity. Ahmed Alsheikh, President and CEO, PepsiCo India said that the launch of our new Foods Plant at Kosi Kalan, Mathura is in line with the spirit of a self-reliant India. This has become PepsiCo’s single largest investment in the country at Rs 814 crore.

The Kosi Kalan Foods plant in Mathura with an investment of Rs 814 crore is PepsiCo India’s largest greenfield investment in manufacturing in India. This is the company’s first ‘Make and Move’ factory, which will help meet the growing demand for Lay’s, the company’s iconic brand of potato chips. This state-of-the-art foods plant is in line with the development agenda of the state government.

This will provide direct and indirect employment to 1500 people in the state. Aiming to have at least 30 per cent of the total workforce of women in the plant will promote diversity. PepsiCo India intends to procure 1,50,000 tonnes of potatoes annually from the state. For this, the company will build a strong relationship with 5000 farmers of the state.

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