SWITZERLAND: Bon Appetit sees 2002 loss on restructuring costs
Swiss food retailer and wholesaler Bon Appetit Group has said it expects a 2002 loss of CHF65m (US$48m) due to restructuring. Bon Appetit aims to focus on expanding in the catering sector and on reorganising its retail division. It has sold its Gourmet Factory, Le Shop.ch and Starbucks to partners, and is seeking strategic partners for Magro.
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