Pepper board invests RM10mil in new facilities

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  • Wednesday, 22 Jan 2003

THE Pepper Marketing Board Malaysia has invested about RM10mil in new processing facilities in Kuching to improve the quality of its products, general manager Grunsin Ayom said yesterday. They include a sterilisation plant and a grinding plant. Under installation is a micro-encapsulation plant. 

Ayom said Malaysia exported about 21,500 tonnes of pepper worth about RM120mil last year. Exports in 2001 were valued at RM170mil. 

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