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Greggs’ shares soar on profits guidance

Shares in Greggs soared yesterday after the bakery retailer revealed that increased sales would mean better-than-expected profits.

UK coffee shops outperform retail

The UK coffee shop market is outperforming the UK retail sector, with significant sales growth of 10.7% on last year equating to £7.2 bn in turnover.

Premier Foods criticised over controversial supplier payments

Premier Foods, the company behind Mr Kipling cakes, has hit the headlines for asking suppliers to hand over money – or risk losing contracts.

Harris + Hoole:
the coffee shop has over 40 sites on the high street and in Tesco stores
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Tesco-backed café sees financial loss

Coffee chain Harris + Hoole has made a pre-tax loss of £12.8m in its year-end results.

Aryzta Food:
the company has seen positive growth in its first quarter
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Aryzta reports European revenue rise for first quarter

Aryzta, the Swiss frozen bakery giant, has seen revenue up 7% for Food Europe to £320.1m (404.1m), in its first-quarter trading statement.

Three of Cheshunt Eight leave Tesco

Three of the suspended Tesco executives have reportedly left the company.

Finsbury Food Grouop
Finsbury Food Group's chairman Steve Baker
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Finsbury bosses to benefit from share issue

The chief executive and finance director of Finsbury Food Group have been issued shares to the value of more than £146,000. 

NBPO's Liverpool refinery
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NBPO see sales soar while take over plans are stalled

New British Palm Oil (NBPO) has seen sales for the first nine months of 2014 rocket to £320.7m ($503m) from £274.9m in the previous year.

United Biscuits
United Biscuits signs three-year deal with Cargill
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UB and Cargill strike deal on chocolate

United Biscuits (UB), the international manufacturer of biscuits, has signed a three-year partnership with a fellow international producer to focus on its sweet biscuits. 

ON THE UP: SSP brands like Upper Crust are performing well
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Sales up 4% at SSP

SSP, the global giant behind travel brands such as Upper Crust and Caffè Ritazza, has seen revenue increase by 4% - helped by a strong performance in the UK.

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