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Burton’s revenue and earnings down following Cadbury licence sale

A fall in revenue at Burton’s Foods has been driven by the disposal of the licence to produce Cadbury biscuits, and a drop in savoury biscuit sales.

Bakkavor reveals plans for £100m flotation

Prepared food giant Bakkavor is aiming to raise around £100m through a stock market flotation.

Prices rise following drop in wheat meeting bread spec

Latest test results show a sharp decline in the proportion of wheat samples meeting full bread specification.

Greggs: trade boosted by improved service and availability

Greggs has said its new forecasting and replenishment system has boosted product availability for customers.

SSP Q4 results: revenue up 15% despite ‘soft’ rail sector

Starbucks and Upper Crust travel sites operator SSP has announced a 14.8% increase in revenue in its fourth quarter.

Real Good Food: Currency and costs drive £5.8m loss

Renshaw and Haydens owner Real Good Food has made a loss of almost £6m – admitting it has had poor control over its central costs.

Allied Bakeries planning to close Norwich depot

Kingsmill owner Allied Bakeries is set to close its Norwich distribution depot.

Grain processor Silvery Tweed reveals volume and profit growth

Cereals supplier Silvery Tweed has reported sustained volume increases and tipped its business for further growth in the short and long term.

Aryzta’s UK business hit by weak pound and soaring butter costs

Rising butter costs and the impact of weakened sterling have taken their toll on Aryzta Food Solutions’ UK business in the past year.

Real Good Food secures further debt facility

Shareholders in Haydens and Renshaw owner Real Good Food have agreed to give the business a £4m short-term debt facility.

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