SWITZERLAND: Chocolat Frey reports 4.5% rise in 2002 sales
Swiss chocolate and chewing gum producer Chocolat Frey has posted sales of CHF329m (US$243.5m) for 2002, up 4.5% compared to 2001. Chocolat Frey, owned by Swiss retailer Migros, produced a total of 34,700 tonnes of chocolate in 2002, up 5% year-on-year. The company's turnover from chewing gum sales rose 21% year-on-year to CHF19.7m for 2002.
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