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Bonduelle shrugs off 'sluggish' Europe to deliver growth

By Katy Askew

French vegetable processor Bonduelle broke €2bn in annual sales for the first time, despite what it described as “sluggishness of the consumption in Europe, [the] economic crisis in emerging countries, difficult harvests”.

A Weakening of the Euro has hit ABF's operating profit

ABF profit hit by £30M by weakened euro

By Laurence Gibbons

Associated British Foods (ABF) has revealed its adjusted operating profit will fall for the 52 weeks to September 12, by at least £30M, due to a significant weakening of the euro.

Mixed fortunes for Givaudan as high costs and currency rates counter growth in snacks, dairy and beverages

Givaudan profits slump despite flavours growth

By Nathan Gray

Flavour and fragrance firm Givaudan’s first half net profits crashed by 40 per cent as raw material costs and record currency rates take their toll on the Swiss company, despite good local growth in its flavours businesses.


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