US: Flat profits in Flowers Foods' Q3

By Sam Webb | 10 November 2011

Higher ingredient costs hit US baker Flower Foods's third-quarter profits, it was announced today (10 November).

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Higher ingredient costs hit US baker Flower Foods's third-quarter profits, it was announced today (10 November).

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