Grupo Bimbo is an international baked-goods company. Founded by Roberto Servitje, José T. Mata, Jaime Jorba, Jaime Sendra, Lorenzo Servitje and Alfonso Velasco in 1945, Grupo Bimbo is a public company, listed in Mexico and on the OTCMKTS financial market in the US as GRBMF. The head office for Grupo Bimbo is located in Mexico City, Mexico.
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Mexican bakery giant Grupo Bimbo has announced plans to close two of its plants in the US as part of a redistribution of its production across the country.
Grupo Bimbo, the Mexico-based bakery giant, has reported higher nine-month earnings, driven by rising sales across its business and improved profitability from its domestic operations and in North America.
Grupo Bimbo has launched a range of gluten-free crackers, Sanissimo Salmas, into Canada's snacks sector.
Grupo Bimbo, the Mexican bakery giant, has booked higher first-half earnings, as the company felt the benefit of exchange rates and lower raw material costs in North America and Europe.
Canada Bread, a subsidiary of Mexican bakery group Grupo Bimbo, is to close its bakery in North Bay, in Canada's Ontario province.
Global food firms including Mondelez International, PepsiCo, Nestle, Kellogg and Mars Inc. have announced a new pledge to phase out industrially produced trans-fats from their foods by 2018.
Profits have risen at Grupo Bimbo for the first quarter of the year on the back of lower restructuring expenses and higher sales.
Grupo Bimbo has launched mini snack bars for children under its Entenmann's brand in the US.
Spanish food maker Adam Foods has reached an agreement to acquire certain Panrico assets in Spain, Portugal and Andorra from Mexican baker Grupo Bimbo.
Grupo Bimbo, the Mexican baker, has entered into an agreement to acquire General Mills' frozen bakery and foodservice business in Argentina.
Bimbo Bakeries USA, the US business of Mexico's Grupo Bimbo, has announced plans to install a solar energy project at its bakery in Escondido, California, this summer.
Grupo Bimbo's US arm has launched a bread range under its Sara Lee brand centred on the exclusion of artificial flavours, colours and high-fructose corn syrup.
Grupo Bimbo saw sales and earnings rise in 2015, with the Mexico-based bakery giant reporting higher organic sales at home and in Latin America more broadly.
Mexico's Grupo Bimbo has announced the launch of a sourdough-based bread range which uses "natural ingredients".
The Brazilian Ministry of Justice has accused Unilever, Nestle and PepsiCo of reducing the weight of certain products without cutting packaging size or alerting consumers to the change.
Grupo Bimbo is launching a Minions-themed cake range in Iberia.
Mexican bakery group Grupo Bimbo has reported a jump in profits for the first nine months of the year.
Mexican baker Grupo Bimbo has revealed that its Bony branded cake will return to the Spanish market after a social media campaign - #VuelveBony – was launched this summer.
This week, the Barclays Global Consumer Staples Conference took place in Boston with presentations from Mondelez International and Tyson Foods. Nomad Foods also presented and indicated plans to focus on cost-cutting with funds re-invested in the business for growth. Elsewhere, Flowers Foods announced its second acquisition in under a month in organic bread and McCormick & Co. pledged to increase the number of organic and Non-GMO products it sells in the US over the next year. Here is the week in quotes.
Grupo Bimbo, the Mexico-based bakery giant, has outlined fresh plans to source palm oil "responsibly".
Grupo Bimbo is adding a pretzel range to its New York Bakery Co. portfolio in the UK.
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Ahead of its sale to Mexican bakery firm Grupo Bimbo, Canada Bread has reported a rise in profits for its first quarter of 2014, although sales came under pressire.
Premier Foods' shares were buoyed last week by talk Mexican bakery giant Grupo Bimbo could be interested in the UK firm's Hovis unit. But not everyone in the City thinks a move from Mexico could be in the offing.
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