CANADA: Canada Bread to buy Maple Leaf bakeries
Maple Leaf Foods subsidiary Canada Bread has announced that it will purchase all of Maple Leaf's other bakery operations.
Canada Bread plans to consolidate the operations in a C$266m (US$167.7m) deal including debt.
The bakery operations in question are situated in the US and the UK, reported the Calgary Herald.
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