The Sultanate of Oman and a Vilnius-based food company Straikas have signed an agreement on exporting the Magnum brand fruit and vegetable juices to Oman, Times of Oman said.
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Straikas said that it expects the deal to generate over USD 122,000 of revenue in the coming year alone, with the first delivery of the products expected to arrive at the beginning of 2015.

The Magnum juices have already been exported to almost ten countries worldwide, including European countries, Hong Kong and the United States, with Oman becoming the first export destination for the brand in the Arabic world.

The company also said that it was eyeing another export contract with Oman in the next several months to start delivering its baby food brand to the country.

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