UK: Lion Capital silent on Weetabix "sale talks" with Bright Food

By Michelle Russell | 23 April 2012

Private-equity firm Lion Capital has declined to comment on reports it is in talks to sell UK cereal manufacturer Weetabix to China's Bright Food.

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Private-equity firm Lion Capital has declined to comment on reports it is in talks to sell UK cereal manufacturer Weetabix to China's Bright Food.

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