Convenience Foods Division

New product lines helped to boost Greencore's third quarter sales

New product lines lift Greencore’s food-to-go sales

By Michael Stones

New product lines at Greencore’s Northampton factory helped the manufacturer boost revenue from its UK food-to-go division by 4% on a like-for-like basis in third-quarter results for the 13 weeks to June 26.

Greencore ceo Patrick Coveney told this website the firm had targeted US sales of $0.5bn by 2019

Greencore benefits from UK convenience and US sales

By Michael Stones

Strong UK convenience store sales and surging US growth have helped chilled food manufacturer Greencore achieve revenue of £320.5M for the 13 weeks to December 27 2013, up by 7.2% on the previous year.

City analysts have been encouraged by Greencore's performance since it acquired Uniq in October last year

Greencore revenues rise after Uniq deal

By Dan Colombini

Greencore has made an encouraging start since its acquisition of chilled foods business Uniq, according to city analysts, after the firm posted its most comprehensive financial results since the takeover.

Patrick Coveney pledged to

Greencore sales top £800M as takeover talks end

By Mike Stones

Own-label chilled foods firm Greencore has reported turnover up 8.7% to £804M in the year to September, after confirming that take-over talks with an unnamed suitor had now ended.

Buoyant summer at Greencore, but growth slows in US

Buoyant summer at Greencore, but growth slows in US

By Elaine Watson

Greencore has notched up a “very positive” set of summer trading figures, posting a 7% increase in sales to €281.2m in its convenience foods division in the four months to July 23, driven by strong growth in food-to-go and prepared meals.


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