​Pepsico and Maharashtra government signs agreement to modernise ITIs

Pepsico India already runs a partnership in the state under which it has invested Rs 180 crore in a citrus processing facility.
  • Franchise India Team Editor
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Maharashtra and Pepsico has entered into an agreement to drive skill development with a focus to modernise the ITIs as well as work on skill development of workers in various food processing units.

The agreement was signed after Pepsico chair Indra Nooyi met Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis, Pepsico said in a statement.

The company already runs a partnership in the state under which it has invested Rs 180 crore in a citrus processing facility.

The company said in a statement that "We are committed to invest further in the state's progress with increased agricultural sourcing. As part of our continued commitment to Maharashtra, we have invested Rs 180 crore in a citrus processing facility at Nanded.

Continuing with our commitment, we and Maharashtra also discussed collaboration towards skill development with a focus to modernise ITIs as well as work on skill development in various food processing plants in partnership with the state."

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