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Bounty Fresh deal for New Zealand's Tegel gets green light

25 Sep 2018

A bid for Tegel Group, New Zealand's largest poultry processor, by Bounty Fresh Food of the Philippines has been given the all-clear by the country's Overseas Investment Office.

Bounty Fresh moves step closer to sealing deal for New Zealand's Tegel Group

28 Aug 2018

Philippines-based Bounty Fresh Food is close to sealing a deal for Tegel Group, New Zealand's largest poultry processor.

New Zealand's Tegel Group poised to accept buyout offer from Bounty Fresh Food

11 Jun 2018

New Zealand's largest poultry processor Tegel Group is poised to accept a buyout offer from industry peer Bounty Fresh Food of the Philippines under a proposed deal announced in April.

New Zealand's Tegel Group gets takeover bid from Philippines' Bounty Fresh Food

26 Apr 2018

New Zealand's biggest poultry processor Tegel Group has come on the radar of fellow Philippine producer Bounty Fresh Food, which has solicited a takeover notice to acquire all of the firm's shares.

Tegel downgrades FY18 profit outlook on compliance issues, restructuring

8 Mar 2018

New Zealand's biggest poultry processor Tegel is downgrading its earnings outlook for fiscal 2018 profits due to compliance rule changes, restructuring and disruptions at its new plant in the city of New Plymouth.

Earnings summary - Conagra Brands sees income rise; General Mills revises full-year guidance

21 Dec 2017

just-food presents the key metrics from company financials in bitesize format, with analyst insight and social media comment alongside graphs illustrating a business' historical performance to give you an easy-to-read digest of the numbers you need to know.

Tegel points to progress despite muted FY profits

27 Jun 2017

New Zealand-based poultry processor Tegel Group today (27 June) reported annual profits that, though higher, came in under its forecasts made when it listed last year.

James Ogden quits as chairman of NZ poultry group Tegel

5 May 2017

The chairman of New Zealand poultry producer the Tegel Group, James Ogden, has resigned after just under a year in the post.

Tegel Group lowers full-year expectations, shares tumble

15 Dec 2016

New Zealand’s largest poultry producer Tegel Group has booked a mixed first half, with higher sales and net profits but lower underlying operating profit.

Tegel Group shares soar on NZ/Australia poultry deal

18 Aug 2016

Tegel Group, the company that processes around half of New Zealand's poultry, saw its shares take flight today (18 August) after it announced a trade deal between the country and Australia on raw poultry.

Tegel Group reaffirms 2017 targets after "record" sales in 2016

22 Jun 2016

Tegel Group, the New Zealand-based meat processor, expects revenue and profits to rise again in its current financial year, building on 12 months when the newly-listed business said it generated record sales.

NZ: Sale of poultry firm Tegel Foods gets green light

4 Apr 2011

The sale of New Zealand chicken group Tegel Foods to Hong Kong investment firm Affinity Equity Partners looks poised for completion.

NZ: Tegel Foods "sold to Affinity Partners"

8 Feb 2011

New Zealand-based poultry processor Tegel Foods has reportedly been conditionally sold to Affinity Equity Partners, in a deal worth NZ$605m (US$468.7m).

BRAZIL/NZ: JBS rules itself out of Tegel Foods race

22 Oct 2010

Brazilian meat giant JBS has denied it is interested in buying New Zealand's largest poultry processor Tegel Foods.

NZ: Tegel owner confirms mulling options

29 Sep 2010

The owner of New Zealand poultry firm Tegel Foods has confirmed it is mulling the future of the business.

NZ: Tegel seeks green light for Brinks buy

23 May 2008

New Zealand poultry group Tegel Foods has applied for anti-trust clearance to buy smaller local rival Brinks.

NZ: Heinz completes sale of Tegel

10 Apr 2006

HJ Heinz has completed the sale of Tegel Foods, its New Zealand-based poultry business, to Australian private equity firm Pacific Equity Partners. The transaction was valued at NZ250m (US$165m).



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