Best bits: Food companies looking to score overseas

By Dean Best | 14 June 2010

As football lovers waited for the start of the World Cup in South Africa last week, a clutch of leading food companies set out their stall for overseas success.

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As football lovers waited for the start of the World Cup in South Africa last week, a clutch of leading food companies set out their stall for overseas success.

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