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The Competition Commission has given the provisional green light for Kerry Foods to complete its acquisition of Headland Foods, but on grounds that are unlikely to leave Kerry smiling with joy.
Kerry Group has added to its European ingredients business with the acquisition of SuCrest for an undisclosed sum.
Kerry Group has reported a fall in trading margins due to a lag in recovering soaring input costs from customers. In its interim management report, published this morning, Kerry unveiled an 8.4% like-for-like rise in sales across the group to 2.6bn ( 2.29bn).
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