UK: Thorntons - getting rid of the bad taste - COMMENT
Thorntons has announced satisfactory Easter sales. After a disappointing 2000, the troubled confectioner is making strategic plans to turn itself around. An extended distribution network and brand extensions into other sweet foods look like they may be a sensible way to go. With too much reliance on Easter and Christmas, Thorntons needs to establish new ways of making year-round sales.
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