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France's loss-making Jean Caby goes into liquidation after takeover bid fails

28 Jun 2018

A commercial court in Lille has pronounced the liquidation of France-based cold meats specialist Jean Caby, having rejected a sole takeover bid for the loss-making company.

Embattled Jean Caby granted three-week reprieve to nail down buyer

7 Jun 2018

French cooked meats specialist Jean Caby has been granted an additional three weeks by a commercial court in Lille to finalise a takeover bid for the embattled company. 

Meat specialist Jean Caby attracts takeover interest that may safeguard future

17 May 2018

France-based cooked meats specialist Jean Caby has received last-minute takeover interest that may ensure its survival having been under court protection since the end of last year.

French meat specialist Jean Caby 'under judicial administration'

7 Dec 2017

French cooked meats specialist Jean Caby has been placed under judicial administration for the next six months by a commercial court in northern France, it is understood.

Jean Caby to set up new plant

25 Nov 2015

French cooked meats firm Jean Caby is to invest around EUR25m in a production plant.

FRANCE: Regulator gives FTL nod to purchase Jean Caby plants

25 Jun 2014

France's competition regulator has approved French food holdings group Financière Turenne Lafayette's (FTL) plans to acquire two plants owned by loss-making cooked meats firm Jean Caby.

Quote, unquote: just-food's week in words

27 Jan 2014

Last week, the race to buy Australian dairy Warrnambool Cheese and Butter Factory took a decisive turn when Murray Goulburn - and WCB investor - accepted the bid from rival suitor Saputo's takeover bid in what has been an ongoing saga. ConAgra Foods and US retailer Trader Joe's were accused of breaking competition law, while Cargill settled discrimination claims out of court. There were rumours French meats firm Jean Caby was undergoing a restructure and that United Biscuits could either float or be sold. And there were job losses at Kellogg, UK baker Bright Blue and US meat giant Tyson Foods. Here is the week in quotes.



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