UK: Greencore sells Uniq desserts facility to Müller

By Michelle Russell | 15 June 2012

Ireland-based food maker Greencore has struck a deal to sell a chilled desserts facility in the UK to yoghurt giant Müller.

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Ireland-based food maker Greencore has struck a deal to sell a chilled desserts facility in the UK to yoghurt giant Müller.

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