Oatly plant in China - food tech news in Asia

Oatly, whose growth in China has been hampered by the short supply of products, can finally "lift the seal" on its production capacity. On November 18th, the global oat drinks giant announced the official opening of Oatly's first factory in China, the Ouli Ma'anshan production base. This is the brand’s second plant in Asia. Prior to this, in July this year, the company launched its first Asian factory . . .

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