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Bunge sheds baking business

Bunge sheds baking business

Hot on the heels of weak third quarter results, US agri-giant Bunge
said on Tuesday that it has signed a definitive agreement to sell
its bakery business to US company Dawn Food Products for $76
million in a bid to focus on the core...

Bunge sells Lesieur

Bunge sells Lesieur

Private agri-giant sells French oils company to joint European
venture following approval from the European Commission. The cash
back will be used to reduce debt.

Soy plant goes idle

Soy plant goes idle

A fall in demand for domestic soybean meal, the first time in more
than ten years, saw the North American operating arm of agri-giant
Bunge announcing this week that it will idle production at Bunge's
Marion, Ohio, soybean processing...

Bunge 1Q higher than expected

Bunge 1Q higher than expected

Last week we reported on the emergence of a new ingredients company
Solae, born from the funds of agribusiness Bunge and DuPont Protein
Technologies. Buoyancy continues for Bunge with the company
announcing on Monday an increase in...

Glowing 4Q for Bunge

Glowing 4Q for Bunge

The world's largest processor of soybeans, US company Bunge, said
on Tuesday that fourth-quarter net income had more than doubled,
reflecting the acquisition of French rival Cereol last year and
healthy growth across all its...

Bunge poised for record 2002

Bunge poised for record 2002

Bunge, the world's largest oilseed processor, which recently
acquired a 55 per cent stake in rival French-based Cereol, said
yesterday that quarterly earnings rose sharply as a slump in the
Brazilian currency helped boost the...

New parent for Central Soya

New parent for Central Soya

A move by US oil processor Bunge to purchase French oil seed
company Cereol looks set to push it into the number one slot, ahead
of Cargill, as the world's largest soybean processor. Ingredients
company Central Soya, a subsidiary...

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