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History The Polar Beer production began in Venezuela in 1941 with the establishment of the first floor of the company Ant mano west of Caracas. In 1950 due to the success of Polar beer they can establish a second plant in the east of the country in Barcelona. In 1951 opened another plant in the city of Caracas with a storage capacity of 500 thousand liters per month in addition to market launch later Malta Maltin Polar Polar market leader in this segment until today. In 1954 with the intention to diversify the business and cut costs in the production of beer Remavenca create the company which begins to produce corn flakes for producing beer in 1960 Remavenca their product launches to make arepas Harina PAN, it marks still remains a market leader. In 1961 he opened the fourth floor of Polar in the country, intended to supply the western Andean region with headquarters in Maracaibo.Born in 1977 Polar Foundation, renamed years later as Empresas Polar Foundation, fulfilling an important role as the social arm of the company. This organization has been remarkable for his social commitment as being the planner and executor of his initiatives in Health, Nutrition, Basic Education, Work Education, Science and Technology and Community Development. In 1978 he opened the fifth floor of Polar, this time in San Joaquin with a capacity of 12 million liters per month, becoming the largest brewery in Latin America. Starting in 1986 rice production. Empresas Polar Ice acquire companies in 1987 and Refreshments EFE Golden in 1992. Empresas Polar partnered with PepsiCo for the production and distribution of Pepsi around the country, in 1996 and further launches its first light beer Polar Light. For 2000 Empresas Polar concentrates all business non-carbonated soft drinks including mineral water Minalba Pepsi-Cola in Venezuela.In 2001 the company acquired Mavesa and also launch a new light beer called Polar Ice. In 2003, the subsidiaries Primor Mavesa and food producers are concentrated in Polar Foods. In 2004 Solera Ligth hits the market currently one of the largest-selling beers in Venezuela with Polar Ice.

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