Minute maid fruity boost changed to  Buy Uganda, Build Uganda’

Launching the new Minute Maid Fruity Boost Mango at the Century Bottling Company Namanve Plant, General Manager Melkamu Abebe said the fruit and dairy blend was the first product off a brand new US$15million line installed this year to produce drinks from raw materials made in Uganda.

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