Guarana hoping to head for Middle East

Guarana hoping to head for Middle EastThe makers of Guarana, Brazil’s second most popular soft drink after only Coca-Cola, are trying to bring production of the drink to the Middle East. Raheb Industrial Group, a Dubai corporation, are scouting in Dubai for a possible venue for a distribution and production plant for the soda that was created by an Antarctic team for Brazil.  It is so widespread in the country that it is the main sponsor of the Brazilian national football team.

Since importing Guarana in cans or bottles, already produced, would be prohibitively expensive for consumers, Raheb is focused on importing the Guarana “essence” and manufacturing the soda in the Middle East.  He believes its similar taste to Orangina or flavored mineral waters will find a wide variety of consumers in the Middle East and Africa.

 



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The makers of Guarana, Brazil’s second most popular soft drink after only Coca-Cola, are trying to bring production of the drink to the Middle East. Raheb Industrial Group, a Dubai corporation, are scouting in Dubai for a possible venue for a distribution and production plant for the soda that was created by an Antarctic team for Brazil.  It is so widespread in the country that it is the main sponsor of the Brazilian national football team. Since importing Guarana in cans or bottles, already produced, would be prohibitively expensive for consumers, Raheb is focused on importing the Guarana “essence” and...

Guarana hoping to head for Middle EastThe makers of Guarana, Brazil’s second most popular soft drink after only Coca-Cola, are trying to bring production of the drink to the Middle East. Raheb Industrial Group, a Dubai corporation, are scouting in Dubai for a possible venue for a distribution and production plant for the soda that was created by an Antarctic team for Brazil.  It is so widespread in the country that it is the main sponsor of the Brazilian national football team.

Since importing Guarana in cans or bottles, already produced, would be prohibitively expensive for consumers, Raheb is focused on importing the Guarana “essence” and manufacturing the soda in the Middle East.  He believes its similar taste to Orangina or flavored mineral waters will find a wide variety of consumers in the Middle East and Africa.

 



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