FRANCE: Saveurs de France posts dramatic increased in Q1 consolidated turnover
Saveurs de France, the French frozen pastry-based products maker, has recorded a consolidated turnover of €40.4m (US$35.3m) for the Q1 of 2002, a dramatic increased on the €10.8m recorded during the Q1 of the previous year. The main reason for this leap is the inclusion, for the first time, of the trading figures of the company Brossard, a former bakery unit of US consumer goods behemoth Sara Lee, which was acquired by Saveurs de France on 30 April last year.
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