25 November 2013
Switzerland-based bakery group Aryzta booked an increase in sales in the first quarter of its financial year.
30 September 2013
Shares in Switzerland-based bakery group Aryzta jumped today (30 September) after the company booked annual underlying profits above analyst expectations.
4 June 2013
Swiss-based bakery group Aryzta has said it is in line to hit full-year expectations, having booked a "satisfactory" third-quarter performance.
3 June 2013
Retail majors Ahold and Tesco are preparing to announce first-quarter results, while bakery group Aryzta and US spreads firm JM Smucker look set to detail continued progress in growing profits over the past year. Meanwhile, we can expect free-from to take centre stage in two European trade shows and UK exporters will be discussing opportunities in CEE countries.
11 March 2013
Switzerland-based bakery group Aryzta has booked an increase in first-half sales and earnings in the face of "challenging" trading conditions.
25 February 2013
The financial results continued to roll in last week with Danone adamant it will return to growth in Europe despite the macro-economic environment and the new CEO of Premier Foods plc outlining his focus for the company. The horsemeat saga also rumbled on with Nestle and Birds Eye being forced to pull ready meals in Europe. Elsewhere, Ebro Foods revealed plans for the brands it bought as part of the Riso Scotti deal.
25 February 2013
Last week ended as it started: with a household brand caught up in the horsemeat contamination scandal. On Monday, Nestle said it had pulled Buitoni products in Spain and Italy after positive tests and, on Friday, Birds Eye said it had recalled ready meals across Europe after similar results. Over in the US, leading executives from some of the largest packaged food companies were at CAGNY to discuss their prospects for the year ahead.
21 February 2013
It's been a while coming but Switzerland-based bakery giant Aryzta has moved to boost its business with Europe's retailers - as consumers increasingly turn away from artisan bakers and to supermarkets for their bread and croissants.
20 February 2013
Swiss bakery giant Aryzta is to buy German peer Klemme in a bid to expand its business with the country's retailers.
3 December 2012
Swiss bakery group Aryzta has reported a 0.9% increase in underlying quarterly sales from its food division amid "very challenging" economic conditions in Europe.
24 September 2012
Swiss bakery group Aryzta said that its performance for fiscal 2012 was "satisfactory" as it booked a decline in net profit, despite increasing revenues and higher underlying earnings.
6 June 2012
Swiss bakery group Aryzta has reiterated its full-year earnings guidance after the performance of its business in the US in the first nine months of its fiscal year offset weakness in Europe.
10 May 2012
Dutch food and ingredients group CSM announced plans to sell off its bakery business earlier this week. The speed of the decision to offload the division may have taken industry watchers by surprise but CSM has been giving off signals that it sees its future as a bio-based ingredients company for some time. Katy Askew takes a speculative look at the interest that the sale could generate.
12 March 2012
Swiss baking group Aryzta reaffirmed its guidance for 2012 and 2013 as it booked an increase in underlying profit during the first six months of its financial year.
28 November 2011
Switzerland-based baker Aryzta has today (28 November) booked a first-quarter increase in underlying revenue in its core food business.
3 October 2011
The annual World Retail Congress dominated the headlines on just-food this week as we reported from the event in Berlin. Elsewhere, Swiss baker Aryzta snapped up UK naan and tortilla maker Honeytop Speciality Foods, Mars made its first move into Fairtrade and Nestle named a Wal-Mart Stores executive as its new CFO.
26 September 2011
Aryzta said today (26 September) that its move to buy UK wrap and naan bread maker Honeytop Speciality Foods will allow it to enter a growing category.
26 September 2011
Switzerland-based baker Aryzta today (26 September) reported a jump in annual profits on the back of higher sales that were bolstered by acquisitions in 2010.
17 June 2011
The Irish Dairy Board (IDB) has appointed Ian Toal as CEO UK consumer foods arm Adams Foods.
10 June 2011
Two of the world's leading grocery retailers outlined the scope of their ambitions - Wal-Mart through emerging markets, and Tesco through its online operations. Meanwhile, just-food interviewed Milk Link's CEO Neil Kennedy about its expansion strategy. Here's the best of what was said this week:
7 June 2011
Global food group Aryzta has booked a jump in revenues for the first nine months of the year as acquisitions saw the company double its bakery output.
20 April 2011
Swiss bakery group Aryzta has won a legal challenge to the 2008 merger agreement that united Hiestand Holding and IAWS into a single company.
14 March 2011
Aryzta has booked a jump in earnings for the first six months of its fiscal year on the back of increased sales from recently-acquired businesses and improved margins.
20 December 2010
There have been over 640 stories in just-food's M&A section since April this year covering everything from industry-changing mergers to bolt on acquisitions and brand disposals. This section to the briefing tracks the major moves through the year by looking at all the deals that were put under scrutiny in our insights section.
29 November 2010
Switzerland-based baker Aryzta today (29 November) posted a fall in underlying first-quarter revenue from its core food business - but said sales were improving thanks to the company's focus on value.
7 October 2010
Michael McCain, the president and CEO of Canadian food giant Maple Leaf Foods, has set out plans to make the processed meats and bakery firm a leaner business.
6 October 2010
Maple Leaf Foods president Michael McCain today (6 October) stood by the Canadian food group's plan to drive down costs and improve efficiency, insisting the business was facing increased competition from the US.
27 September 2010
Weak growth in the UK and Ireland was the main driver of a slide in full-year revenues for Swiss bakery Aryzta.
27 September 2010
Swiss bakery Aryzta has booked an increase in full-year profits, boosted by a focus on operating efficiencies, cost management and innovation.
10 September 2010
The consolidation of Ireland's consumer food sector has long been a priority for Origin Enterprises, the food and agribusiness group that today (10 September) spun off its branded business and announced plans to buy a local rival.