Mozambican businesspeople want to make beer in Brazil

1 February 2012

Maputo, Mozambique, 1 Feb – Businesspeople from Mozambique travelled to the Ibiporã district of the Brazilian state of Paraná with a view to getting land for construction of a beer factory in the city, according to radio station Rádio Moçambique.

The radio station cited website as saying that one of the incentives offered by the municipal area was the Guarani aquifer, which provides water of optimal quality for beverage production.

According to the website, the Mozambican businesspeople intend initially to produce 100,000 litres of beer per day. (macauhub)