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Rice cracker maker Kameda Seika to open Indian plant in June

Kaki-no-Tane producer will be first Japanese company of its kind to go local

A supermarket in New Delhi: India's population is expected to continue growing, meaning companies like Kameda Seika will have no shortage of potential customers. (Photo by Takaki Kashiwabara)

NIIGATA, Japan -- Rice cracker manufacturer Kameda Seika is betting that Indians have a healthy appetite for its popular snack. It plans to start local production of its Kaki-no-Tane, a mix of flavored rice crackers and peanuts, in June.

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