Danone invests SEK 140 million in its factory in Skåne

Danone wants to increase the production of plant-based products in Sweden. Therefore, the global company now invest in its current factory in Lunnarp — also to make the production more sustainable.

 

– We are very pleased that we get more capacity at Danone’s factory in Skåne. Sustainability is a central focus area for Danone and the plant aims to achieve carbon neutrality by 2025. The investment allows us to invest even more, and I look forward seeing the results of our investments where we combine sustainability, and local product innovation with Danone’s global expertise, John Sjöblom, CEO of Danone in the Nordics says according to ood-supply.se.

Österlenmejeriet is Danone’s factory based in Lunnarp, outside Tomelilla in Skåne. Here they also produce the brand ProViva, a popular probiotic fruit drink, which Danone bought from Skånemejerier in 2010.

The expansion of the factory is expected to be finished in May 2021, and Danone’s goal is that the facility will become a hub for plant-based products in Sweden. Read more HERE

Updated: 11 december, 2020 — 07:59