GERMANY: Dr Oetker to quit chilled desserts in UK after Onken sale

By Dean Best | 12 November 2010

German food group Dr Oetker is to stop selling chilled desserts in the UK at the end of the year after selling its Onken yoghurt brand to Emmi.

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German food group Dr Oetker is to stop selling chilled desserts in the UK at the end of the year after selling its Onken yoghurt brand to Emmi.

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