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Unilever Expands Relations With Suppliers In India, Plans To Make The Country Hub For Agriculture Exports

September 9, 2012: 12:00 AM EST
Unilever said it plans to expand its partnership with agriculture suppliers in India, as the packaged consumer goods manufacturer seeks to make the country a regional hub for agriculture product exports and product innovations in skin care and laundry. Suppliers account for 72 percent of Unilever's innovations, up from 48 percent two years ago and less than 10 percent five years ago. At present, Unilever buys agriculture products, such as onions and gherkins, from Indian suppliers. Meanwhile, the company plans to expand its local sourcing efforts to cover chemicals and packaging.
Sapna Agarwal, "Unilever to make India agriculture exports hub", Livemint, September 09, 2012, © HT Media
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