Ariston projects 31% growth in tea output

Ariston projects 31% growth in tea output
Published: 01 March 2018
Listed agriculture concern, Ariston Holdings says enough preparations have made it bullish about the prospects for 2018 forecasting tea production to grow by 31%.

Chief executive Paul Timothy Spear said that the agro-concern was projecting an optimal output and the new dispensation had also helped in solving issues that has been bedeviling the company.

Spear said tea production was projected to grow to 3 200 fro9m 2 435 tonnes, macadamia output is envisaged to increase to 1 350 tonnes from 1 280 tonnes and banana output will nearly double to 1 400 tonnes from 790 tonnes.
- newsday
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