59 / Luke, Ok... I found this Jain news but I'm not sure these are the droids we're looking for. Pulp, in this case Mango Pulp, is a business to business thing. This pulp is going from Jain to bottlers (and BIB 'ers).
Tell me where The Answer fits into this B2B process? There has to be more to it than this news is telling us.
Trying to get caught up on the board and 59 sparked a thought about Coke in India. I did some digging and found some interesting news. We need to read between the lines a little, but I think it's clear. The next piece of news may come from this.....
Jain has signed a 3 year Supply Contract for supply of Mango Pulp with Hindustan Coca-Cola Beverages Ltd (HCCBPL), who is the authorized & largest bottler for India, of The Coca- Cola Company, Atlanta. As part of this partnership, Jain’s and HCCBPL are currently implementing project ‘Unnati’ a project to improve yields of farmers and build and sustainable supply chain using Ultra High Density Plantation Technology.
Now the IDC portion…..
In addition, Jain supplies major quantities of Mango Pulp to franchisee owned bottling units of Coca-Cola across India and around the world. Both of these arrangements are a part of overall global relationship but separate from above mentioned contract. Jain also supplies to major multinational food companies including Unilever, Nestle, Etc.
Tighten up your safety belt and get ready for lift off. We need to start buying now if we want any more under