AUS: Cargill pulls bid for Goodman Fielder unit

By Dean Best | 11 July 2012

Cargill has pulled out of the race to buy the edible fats and oils business of Australian food company Goodman Fielder.

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Cargill has pulled out of the race to buy the edible fats and oils business of Australian food company Goodman Fielder.

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