Russian chocolate and confectionery maker Pobeda has started making products for restaurants, Kommersant writes.

Pobeda began to produce semi-finished products for restaurants and small industries.

The Moscow factory began to produce chocolate masses for restaurants and confectioneries, which previously bought part of such products in Europe.

It should be noted that the company has invested 350 million rubles in a new production line. According to Olga Muravyova, CEO of Pobeda, the increase in the number of cafes in the retail chain has helped to occupy a new niche.

Experts say that despite some difficulties with the purchase of exclusive chocolate masses, European suppliers did not stop working in Russia. However, logistical problems affect delivery times and slow down the production process.

Local production will avoid logistics costs, Pobeda believes. The company also noted an increase in the prices of packaging materials, which increased by an average of 20%. The cost of sugar rose 27%. In addition, cocoa products increased between 5% and 7%.


Natalia Gormaleva

Source: RB

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