USA: Land O'Lakes 2000 results combine positive performance, market momentum and strategic growth
Land O'Lakes combined solid financial performance, positive market momentum and strategic growth in 2000, according to the Financial and Operations Reports presented at the national food and agricultural cooperative's 80th Annual Meeting. Land O'Lakes sales were up 3 percent, to $5.8 billion, and year 2000 net earnings of $103 million were up more than $80 million from 1999, Dan Knutson, Land O'Lakes Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer (CFO), today told more than 2,000 delegates and visitors gathered at the Minneapolis Convention Center.
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