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Himalya Int'l receives $2.5-million order from US retail chain
18 November 2005

News Body: Himalya International Ltd has received a $2.5-million order for its specialty baby potatoes from an American retail chain.

The specially grown tiny potatoes with soft skin are being grown by Himalya under the contract-farming programme in Himachal Pradesh. These potatoes are harvested under the special climatic conditions to retain the soft skin and golden yellow color.

The company is the largest producer of frozen mushrooms and has a canning capacity of 150,000 tons per annum (tpa) and also send this article to a friend produces 10,000 tpa of frozen potatoes and vegetables, and 1,000 tpa of Indian dairy products like paneer, mawa and ready to eat meals. Earlier in May 2005, it had received a $1.2-million order from US-based Cohen Foods.

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Himalya Int'l receives $2.5-million order from US retail chain