USA: Sherwood Brands sees drop in nine months sales on lower shipments
Rockville, Maryland-based confectioner Sherwood Brands has seen a drop in sales for its first nine months of fiscal 2002, ended 30 April 2002, to US$48.29m from US$54.56m in the same period of FY 2001, primarily reflecting lower-than-expected shipments of candy and gift items to a major chain store customer in the Q2 and and Q3.
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