October 24, 2016 3:19 PM ET

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Company Overview of Hangzhou Wahaha Group Co.,Ltd.

Company Overview

Hangzhou Wahaha Group Co.,Ltd. produces and supplies food and beverage products for customers in China and internationally. Its products include juices, carbonated beverages, milk flavored tea beverages, packaged drinking water, nutrition products, protein beverages, medicine and health care products, tea beverages, canned food products, flavored drinks, botanical beverages, beers, snacks, dairy drinks, infant foods, and liquor products. The company also provides clothing for kids and children, as well as engages in retail business. In addition, it operates a boutique shopping mall in Hangzhou. Hangzhou Wahaha Group Co.,Ltd. was founded in 1987 and is headquartered in Hangzhou, China. It has...


Qingtai Street

Hangzhou,  310009


Founded in 1987


86 571 8603 2866


86 571 8684 6000

Key Executives for Hangzhou Wahaha Group Co.,Ltd.

Founder, Chairman and General Manager
Age: 71
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.

Hangzhou Wahaha Group Co.,Ltd. Key Developments

Hangzhou Wahaha Group Has No Plans For Listing

Hangzhou Wahaha Group Co.,Ltd. having no plan for listing.

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