Ebro Foods is an international food processing company. Founded in 1998, Ebro Foods is a public company, listed on the Bolsa de Madrid as EBRO. The head office for Ebro Foods is located in Madrid, Spain.
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Pasta and rice group Ebro Foods said it is benefiting from its "consumer first" approach, which enabled it to book an increase in first-quarter earnings today (26 April).
Ebro Foods is investing in a pasta, rice and grain product production plant in the US.
Deoleo, the Spain-based olive oil supplier, has sold its last remaining rice business asset in the country to Ebro Foods for EUR1.9m (US$2m).
Spain-based rice and pasta supplier Ebro Foods saw its profits rise in 2016 despite flat sales.
Spain-based group Ebro Foods has snapped up local organic business Vegetalia.
Spain's Ebro Foods is set to merge its US rice and pasta companies, Riviana Foods, American Rice and New World Pasta Company.
Spain's Ebro Foods has reported higher first-half profits, helped by a rise in sales and boosted by the disposal of assets in Madrid and Puerto Rico.
Spanish pasta-to-rice group Ebro Foods has acquired a majority stake in flour company Santa Rita Harinas.
Ebro Foods has increased its stake in Italian rice company Riso Scotti to 40%.
Ebro Foods has reported a flat profit for the year while annual sales jumped for the Spanish rice maker.
Ebro Foods has posted a jump in net sales for the year, although the Spain-based group's bottom line inched up by less than 1%, lapping 2014 results that were boosted by the sale of its stake in olive oil Deoleo.
Spain's Ebro Foods has announced its US subsidiary New World Pasta Co., has earned non-GMO certification.
Ebro Foods has offloaded rice businesses in Puerto Rico and US Virgin Islands.
Spain's Ebro Foods has struck a deal to acquire French organic food group Celnat for EUR25.5m (US$27.7m).
Spain's Ebro Foods is to start producing gluten-free pasta in the US.
Spanish food group Ebro Foods reported a rise in sales and operating earnings for the first nine months of the year, lifted by the performance of its rice business and currency exchange.
Ebro Foods has booked higher first-half sales and operating profit, helped by improved revenue and earnings from its rice arm.
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Ebro Foods has said the acquisition of French sandwich firm Roland Monterrat will help it get ahead in a category in which it is struggling to grow market share.
Spanish food firm Ebro Foods has announced the acquisition of France's Roland Monterrat.
Spanish rice manufacturer Ebro Foods has announced the acquisition of US rice brand RiceSelect.
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