AUSTRALIA: Goodman Fielder scouts for buyers after Burns Philp takeover bid
Australia's largest food company, Goodman Fielder, has begun looking for potential buyers, in the hope of drumming up competition to Burns, Philp & Co's A$2.4bn (US$1.4bn) takeover bid. According to media speculation, international food companies ConAgra Foods, Kraft Foods, Nestlé, General Mills and Sara Lee are among those who might have an interest in Goodman Fielder.
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