Toro (food)

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TORO
OwnerRieber & Søn
CountryNorway
MarketsNorway
Registered as a trademark inJanuary 8, 1946
Websitehttp://www.toro.no/

TORO is a Norwegian manufacturer and brand of sauces, soups and other similar produce. Owned by Rieber & Søn,[1] the plant is based in Indre Arna in Bergen and sold 140 million consumption units divided between 750 products. Of the 900 employees, 350 work at the plant in Indre Arna.

The TORO brand was launched in 1946 with the production of meat bouillon.[1] Toro is Spanish for ox and registered in 1964. Three years later it moved from Nøstet to Arna. There have been nine expansions of the production plant since the start.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Toro – varemerke". Store norske leksikon (in Norwegian). Retrieved 21 August 2017.