The list also includes Mohamed Bin Issa Al jabber (pictured), the Saudi businessman at 15, who runs MBI Holdings, with interests in food and hotels. His wealth has dropped £95M to £5.84M.
Alki David and the Leventis family rank at 71 and are worth £1.45bn. The Leventis family, has a £1.22bn stake in the London-listed international drinks bottler Coca-Cola Hellenic
The Perrodo family, at 28, made its wealth through oil and gas, although since 1989 they have acquired a number of vineyards, including Château Labégorce Zédé. They are worth £3.35bn.
Sunil Vaswani and family rank at 75 because they have British citizenship even though their food interests are mainly in Africa. They are a new entry and are worth £1.4bn.
Manfred Gorvy and family come in at 147. South African-born Gorvy, 77, founded London-based Hanover Acceptances, worth £725m. Hanover owned Gerber, the European fruit-juice operation, that merged with Refresco. It floated last year and Hanover has a 14% stake.