Greencore ceo Patrick Coveney said the business had realigned resources behind a food to go led strategy

Greencore shrugs off horsegate in full year results

By Michael Stones

Greencore’s full-year results reveal both the resilience of the convenience foods sector, after the horsemeat scandal, and the potential for earnings per share growth next year, according to City analyst Panmure Gordon.

The Minsterley sale will allow Greencore to focus on key business development at home and abroad

Greencore’s Minsterley sale allows Marks & Spencer focus

By Mike Stones

Greencore’s sale of its Minsterley desserts business to Müller Dairy will allow the chilled food manufacturer to focus on developing its relationships with key customers such as Marks & Spencer, said city analyst Shore Capital.

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.

Greencore can

Greencore takeover talks could restart

By Dan Colombini and Mike Stones

A drop in share price at chilled foods giant Greencore could spark renewed interest from the firm’s mystery suitor, according to city analysts.

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.

Greencore in mysterious takeover talks

Greencore in mysterious takeover talks

By Rod Addy & Rick Pendrous

Speculation was mounting about the mystery Greencore suitor, as Food Manufacture went to press, following the firm's announcement that an approach had been made.

Greencore cfo insists business is not for sale

Greencore cfo insists business is not for sale

By Ben Bouckley

Greencore cfo Alan Williams has told that he can "categorically confirm the business is not for sale", following a news report that said the €850m turnover convenience foods group had held talks with private equity firms...


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