Scottish chilled foods company McIntosh of Dyce is likely to be sold piecemeal as receivers weigh up offers from "a number of parties." Lanarkshire based Bell Bakers, which discussed a possible merger with McIntosh last year, is expected to buy some of its bakery assets. KPMG Corporate Recovery was called in in February after McIntosh's Canadian parent company Sepp Gourmet Foods withdrew its financial support. McIntosh, which supplies Sainsbury, Safeway, the Co-operative Group and Morrisons, lost £330,000 in the year to July 31 2001, on a turnover of £20m. This week receivers announced 47 redundancies, nine at sister company, Wallace Bakeries of Dundee on top of 57 announced in February. McIntosh now employs a total of 215 staff. {{NEWS }}