AUSTRALIA: Speculation over Gelatin sale
Goodman Fielder, Australia's largest food company, is not commenting on reports that the group was in negotiations to sell it's A$300m gelatin business. The Australian Financial Review said today (16 January) that the company was set to divest the asset within four weeks ahead of the delivery of a strategic review, and the release of the company's first half-year results. Market speculation as to potential buyers centre on Danone, SKW Trostberg, and Hercules Inc.
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