UPDATE: UK: Chocolate firm Thorntons eyes North America

By Michelle Russell | 12 September 2012

UK confectioner Thorntons has included North America in its target markets overseas after reviewing international opportunities for the business.

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UK confectioner Thorntons has included North America in its target markets overseas after reviewing international opportunities for the business.

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