UK: United Biscuits salty snacks unit receives "good level of interest"

By Michelle Russell | 20 September 2012

United Biscuits has claimed there is "a good level of interest" for its salty snack business after the company sent out sale documents to prospective buyers.

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United Biscuits has claimed there is "a good level of interest" for its salty snack business after the company sent out sale documents to prospective buyers.

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