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Low soya output stifles edible oils industry

ZIMBABWE’S edible oils sector says it remains viable inspite of intermittent stockouts, but faces challenges related to low soya output and a persistent shortage of foreign currency to maintain optimal supply, according to an association which represents producers. BY MTHANDAZO NYONI Some of the biggest oil producers include United Refineries, ETG Parrogate, Surface-Wilmar, Olivine and The post Low soya output stifles edible oils industry appeared first on Zimbabwe Today.

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