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Brazil’s Breadmaker Nutrella Goes International

Nutrella, a traditional maker of breads, is getting ready to enter the foreign market. Ever since the company released a cake with maize, chocolate, orange, pineapple and coconut flavors, in the beginning of 2004, importers from Saudi Arabia, Uruguay and Argentina have been contacting them.

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