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Intersnack Magyarország expects unchanged revenue

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Intersnack Magyarország, which manufactures Chio-brand snacks as a unit of the German-based Intersnack Group expects to generate revenue of around HUF 11.3 bln in 2014, unchanged from 2013, the company informed Hungarian news agency MTI late last week.

Intersnack Magyarország's revenue rose 7% last year from HUF 10.4 bln in 2012. The company's plant in Győr processes 1% of Hungarian milling wheat. A recent HUF 1 bln expansion raised the annual capacity of the Győr plant to 19,000 tonnes from 16,000.

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