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BARANOVICHSKIY, a food processor based in Belarus, has upgraded its production lines for fruit juices and canned fruits, reports Agrooglyad. This June, Baranovichskiy plans to launch aseptically packed fruit and berry purées and juices. It will also release juices in glass twist-off bottles of 750ml capacity and one-litre PET packs, plus jams in 200ml and 450ml containers. At present, its juices are sold in three-litre and onelitre glass jars. The company aims to produce some 7.0 million packs annually under its Belorusochka brand. Baranovichskiy was founded in 1950. In 2005 it won accreditation to ISO 9000 and gained HACCP recognition the following year.

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