USA: McCormick and Company posts sales increase, details restructure
The world's largest spice manufacturer, McCormick and Company , has seen its shares hold strong recently as it announced record sales and earnings per share in 2001. Turnover for the year ended 30 November 2001 was up 12% to US$2.4bn, generated not only from sales of basic spices in grocery stores, but also through the company's presence in several different sectors, including fastfood restaurants
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