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The last 12 months have been a busy period for US snack maker Diamond Foods with the purchase of Kettle Foods, several product launches and inked plans for expansion.
This week, Unilever announced the sale of Slim-Fast to Kainos Capital. Abbott and Fonterra announced a partnership to create a dairy farm hub in China and Marfrig revealed plans to investment of GBP170m into Moy Park. We also looked at why firms are queueing up to invest in Egypt and looked at the global growth of the halal food sector. Here is the week in quotes.
US snack maker Diamond Foods has decided to take its Kettle brand into its domestic popcorn sector.
Refinancing charges hit Diamond Foods bottom line with the Kettle Foods maker posting a higher loss of US$105.6m in its third quarter.
Shares in Diamond Foods rose despite the US snack maker posting a second-quarter loss after the company's sales and underlying earnings beat analyst expectations.
Up-market crisp maker Kettle Foods is launching a line of lower-calorie baked chips in the UK.
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