Quote, unquote: just-food's week in words
As the clock ticks down in the pursuit of Cadbury, the UK group sent a messge to would-be bidder Hershey that the business deserves a "great price". Kraft Foods, meanwhile, facing an investment community that believes it needs to up its offer, said it can grow without Cadbury. In the retail sector, UK stakeholders argued over the prospect of a supermarket ombudsman, while the bosses of Carrefour and Delhaize were keen to explain why their restructuring programmes would pay off. Here is a list of who said what this week.
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