UK: Unilever to sell UK oils business to Pura Foods
Anglo-Dutch consumer products giant Unilever has said it is to sell its Van den Bergh Oils business in the UK to Pura Foods, a subsidiary of ADM International. Purfleet-based Van den Bergh Oils, which employs 140 people, has third party sales totalling £40m (US$64.8m), Unilever said in a statement.
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