Drugi jezik na kojem je dostupan ovaj članak: Bosnian
US soft-drinks maker PepsiCo confirmed that it will entrust its production in Croatia to a new partner, after Badel 1862 announced that by the end of the year they will stop production in the category of non-alcoholic beverages, media reported on Monday.
The American company has confirmed for the specialized portal just-drinks that it will transfer the operations of filling to a new partner, whose name will be disclosed “at an appropriate time,” the statement said.
“We remain on the Croatian market and we assure our clients and customers that we will continue to distribute here our product portfolio, while adhering to the highest standards and quality of products,” PepsiCo added.
Badel 1862 is 67.68 percent owned by the Croatian government and last week announced their withdrawal from the market of soft drinks, in order to focus on the core business which is production and distribution of spirits and wines.
The company currently manufactures all products from PepsiCo portfolio in the region, just-drinks notes.