Sunday Times Rich List food and drink edition – in pictures
By Laurence Gibbons
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George and Galen Weston, the owners of Associated British Foods, have seen their wealth increase by £650M over the past year to £7.3bn, while the De Carvalho-Heineken’s fortune has dropped by £635M to £6.3bn.
Family businesses Samworth Brothers, Warburtons and the Perenco Group are all new entries on the list this year – at the expense of 2 Sisters Food Group boss Ranjit Boparan, Grant and Gordon Family and Sir Anwar Perez.
To find out who else made the list, and where was everyone placed, enjoy our gallery of the top 10 richest people in food and drink.
Meanwhile, celebrity chef Jamie Oliver’s wealth of £240M – up by £90M on last year – left him just outside the top 10.
His fortune is attributed to food and media stardom.