Berry company OOB wins ice-cream contracts in China

Tue, 16 Sep 2014

By Fiona Rotherham Sept. 16 (BusinessDesk) - Berry company OOB has sealed two deals with Shanghai-based companies to sell its organic ice-cream. The first deal is a one-year, ten-container, contract with retailer Li Feng which has already been trialling the ice-cream product for some stores. It plans to stock the ice-cream in 200 stores across Shanghai. The other deal is with a confectionary gift retailer which has 700 stores nationwide. The move comes after OOB (Omaha Organic Berries) this month announced its frozen berry products wil...

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