Interview: UK baker Finsbury eyes M&A following free-from sale

By Michelle Russell | 28 February 2013

UK baker Finsbury Food Group has said it will look to make acquisitions following the disposal of its free-from business to Genius Foods.

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UK baker Finsbury Food Group has said it will look to make acquisitions following the disposal of its free-from business to Genius Foods.

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