FRANCE: Private-equity, Grupo Lala, Mengniu "eye Yoplait"

By Dean Best | 14 October 2010

The list of potential suitors for Yoplait grew today (14 October) with a clutch of private-equity firms Mexican food maker Grupo Lala and China's Mengniu Dairy all linked to the French yoghurt maker.

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The list of potential suitors for Yoplait grew today (14 October) with a clutch of private-equity firms Mexican food maker Grupo Lala and China's Mengniu Dairy all linked to the French yoghurt maker.

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