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Japanese company Takara Foods sets up business in Hauts-de-France

04 Jul 2018 | Front page, Health Nutrition, Investment

For its first location in Europe, Takara Foods, the Japanese agrifood company, has chosen Hauts-de-France!

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First European location for Takara Foods

After developing production sites in Asia (Japan, China, Thailand, Philippines, and Indonesia) and the United States (Los Angeles), the Japanese noodle soup company Takara Foods has decided to target the European market.

The company ultimately chose the Hauts-de-France Region (Amblainville, Oise) over Ile-de-France to set up the brand’s first European production site.

Takara Foods is investing €2.6 million in Hauts-de-France.
For this first location, the company is investing €2.6 million. If the company reaches its growth objectives, the factory could ultimately employ 30-50 employees, depending on market trends.

About Takara Foods

Based in Kyoto, Japan, Takara Foods specializes in making broths, noodles, and other ingredients used in the famous Japanese noodle soup “ramen.”

The company’s products are sold mainly to restaurateurs as ready-to-use kits for preparing top-quality noodle soups using minimal kitchen space.

This business establishment plan was closely monitored by Nord France Invest and Business France in coordination with Agrosphères and the Communauté de Communes des Sablons.

Learn more about the agrifood sector in Hauts-de-France.

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