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Nomad Foods has acquired Iglo Group for about £1.87bn

Nomad Foods reports £392M loss as empire grows

By Alice Foster

Nomad Foods, the new owner of frozen food company Iglo Group, has reported a £392M loss in the six months to June 30 as the investment firm eyes other potential acquisitions.

Iglo Foods has bee sold for a cool £1.87bn

Iglo Foods sold to Nomad for £1.87bn

By Michael Stones

Frozen food firm Iglo Foods has been snapped up by investment firm Nomad Holdings for £1.87bn (€2.6bn), in a deal announced on Monday (April 20).

Frozen food firm to detect more contaminants

Birds Eye improves checks on peas

Birds Eye’s Lowestoft factory has installed two free-fall laser sorters to provide enhanced quality checks on its frozen peas.

Can Captain Birds Eye look forward to Eastern promise?

After Weetabix, Eastern firms size up Birds Eye

By Lorraine Mullaney

Far Eastern firms’ appetite for UK food brands seems to be sharpening, with Birds Eye, which is owned by Iglo Foods, apparently the latest acquisition target.

Birds Eye will meet its zero waste to landfill target two years ahead of schedule

Birds Eye to meet zero waste target in 2012

By Freddie Dawson

Frozen food firm Birds Eye will meet its zero waste to landfill target two years ahead of schedule this year, thanks partly to composting, according to its waste reduction partner Biffa.

Make your mark

Make your mark

Who do you think has done most to raise the profile of food and drink manufacturing over the past year? Who has been most successful at driving their...

Give peas a chance says Birds Eye boss

Give peas a chance says Birds Eye boss

By Rod Addy

The man behind Birds Eye's biggest frozen food factory has had to contend with a lot since he took charge almost 10 months ago, but he's positive about the challenges he's facing and the future for the pea market

Frozen frustration

Frozen frustration

By Elaine Watson

He's been ramming it home for years, but Captain Birds Eye's 'If it's fresh it's frozen' mantra just hasn't hit home with consumers, who still see frozen as the poor cousin of chilled, says Elaine Watson


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