Uva-Moloko restores Apastovsky dairy plant in Tatarstan
The former dairy plant was purchased by the investor LLC Uva-Moloko from the Republic of Udmurtia, now work is underway to restore the closed Apastovsky dairy plant.
The minister was told that the repair of buildings began in January 2020 and in September they began to install the equipment. This year, it is planned to start collecting milk, and launch the production part of this facility. The processing capacity will be up to 450 tons of milk per day. The project “Apastovsky dairy plant” is aimed at creating a production capacity of up to 40 tons/day of semi-hard cheeses and whey up to 23 tons/day. This is 12.6 thousand tons/year of finished products.
The company plans to produce dairy products: whey, cheeses (Dutch, Poshekhonsky, Kostroma, Gouda, mozzarella, Roquefort, Russian, cream cheese, processed cheeses). 80 jobs will be created here. The investor, LLC Uva-Moloko, also plans to start construction of its dairy complex for 500 cows in 2022. It is worth reminding that at the end of 2020, CEO of the company Alexander Emshanov told The DairyNews more about this.