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Manpasand steps into the gap

The company's Fruits Up, a range of carbonated fruit drinks and premium fruits juices

Sohini Das 

“Manpasand Beverages is aggressively expanding its reach in Tamil Nadu to take advantage of the ongoing cola ban in the state. We have built a robust network of dealers and are adequately equipped to cater to the southern markets in the summer. We have also started work on setting up a new plant to cater to the demands of key southern markets,” said Dhirendra Singh, managing director of Manpasand Beverages. The company’s Fruits Up, a range of carbonated fruit drinks and premium fruits juices, and flagship brand, Mango Sip, are now available at more than 8,000 ...

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The company's Fruits Up, a range of carbonated fruit drinks and premium fruits juices

The company's Fruits Up, a range of carbonated fruit drinks and premium fruits juices “Manpasand Beverages is aggressively expanding its reach in Tamil Nadu to take advantage of the ongoing cola ban in the state. We have built a robust network of dealers and are adequately equipped to cater to the southern markets in the summer. We have also started work on setting up a new plant to cater to the demands of key southern markets,” said Dhirendra Singh, managing director of Manpasand Beverages. The company’s Fruits Up, a range of carbonated fruit drinks and premium fruits juices, and flagship brand, Mango Sip, are now available at more than 8,000 ... image
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Manpasand steps into the gap

The company's Fruits Up, a range of carbonated fruit drinks and premium fruits juices

“Manpasand Beverages is aggressively expanding its reach in Tamil Nadu to take advantage of the ongoing cola ban in the state. We have built a robust network of dealers and are adequately equipped to cater to the southern markets in the summer. We have also started work on setting up a new plant to cater to the demands of key southern markets,” said Dhirendra Singh, managing director of Manpasand Beverages. The company’s Fruits Up, a range of carbonated fruit drinks and premium fruits juices, and flagship brand, Mango Sip, are now available at more than 8,000 ...

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