How Nomad Foods is looking to improve performance - CAGNY
Nomad Foods was set up two years ago by Martin Franklin and Noam Gottesman as a vehicle to make acquisitions. Its first two deals have been in Europe's frozen food sector - snapping up Iglo Group last April and, four months later, the bulk of Findus Group's operations. However, the now US-listed business - Nomad moved its listing from London to New York last month - has not found it plain sailing and its CEO and CFO have set out how the company hopes to grow. Dean Best reports.
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