January 29, 2020 | Firm News
Rich May Client Tomato Jos Breaks Ground on Nigerian Tomato Processing Plant
By: Rich May
Rich May congratulates its client Tomato Jos on the groundbreaking for its new tomato processing plant in Nigeria.
Speaking at the groundbreaking, Mira Mehta, CEO of Tomato Jos, commented on how the plant will contribute to the company’s vision of local production for local consumption. “This groundbreaking is just the beginning and I am very proud to be part of a Nigerian success story,” she said.
The new plant will manufacture tomato paste, utilizing raw materials from the 400 hectare farm owned by the company.
Rich May attorney Theodore Lund advised Tomato Jos on the financing related to the development.
Tomato Jos CEO, Mira Mehta (far left), speaks at the groundbreaking alongside Ambassador Mary Beth Leonard (center) and Governor Nasir El-Rufai (second from right).
For more on the planned development, click here.
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