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Glanbia sales increased 9.9% at constant currency in the six months to July 1

Glanbia sales up 10% after starting new joint venture

By Matt Atherton

Nutrition firm Glanbia reported a 9.9% rise in group revenue, at constant currency, to £1.67bn (€1.85bn), after starting a new joint venture, and selling 60% of its Dairy Ireland business.

Greencore reported a 77% rise in sales in the 13 weeks to June 30

US acquisition boosts Greencore sales 77%

By Matt Atherton

Convenience food manufacturer Greencore reported a 77% rise in sales to £636.5M in its third-quarter trading update, driven by its acquisition of Peacock Foods in the US.

2 Sisters owner Boparan Holdings reported a 17.8% drop in like-for-like operating profit

2 Sisters owner blames ‘tough’ market for profits fall

By Matt Atherton

2 Sisters Food Group’s parent company, Boparan Holdings, reported a 17.8% drop in like-for-like operating profit in its second quarter trading update, blaming currency fluctuations and the “very tough” trading environment.

Tate & Lyle has been ordered to pay £18M in damages

Tate & Lyle ordered to pay £18M in damages

By Laurence Gibbons

Tate & Lyle plc has been ordered to pay £18M in damages to American Sugar Refining (ASR) by the Commercial Court in London after the US firm acquired its EU sugars business.

Greggs's latest results impressed City analysts

Greggs’s sales boost impresses City

By Michael Stones

High-street baker Greggs has wowed City analysts after it reported own shop, like-for-like sales up by 5.4% for the 11 weeks to September 13, compared with a 1% fall for the same period last year.

Bakkavör has blamed an Asda contract loss for job cuts at its two Yorkshire sites

Bakkavör blames Asda contract loss for job cuts

By Dan Colombini

Fresh food manufacturer Bakkavör has blamed a key contract loss from retailer Asda for its decision to cut 140 jobs at its English Village Salads (EVS) business in East Yorkshire.

179 jobs to go at Bakkavor's Bourne Salads site

179 jobs to go at Bakkavor's Bourne Salads site

By Elaine Watson

144 hourly-paid staff have opted to take voluntary redundancy while a further 35 salaried staff have been made redundant at Bakkavör's Bourne Prepared Produce site in Lincolnshire.

Q2 food like-for-like sales at M&S up 3.7%

Q2 food like-for-like sales at M&S up 3.7%

By Elaine Watson

Marks & Spencer has notched up a 3.7% rise in like-for-like sales in its food division in the second quarter, but warned of rising commodity prices and a squeeze on consumer spending power.

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