UK: Store closures hit Thorntons sales

By Katy Askew | 3 May 2012

Thorntons has booked a drop in third-quarter sales as store closures and a difficult trading environment dented the chocolate group's result.

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Thorntons has booked a drop in third-quarter sales as store closures and a difficult trading environment dented the chocolate group's result.

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