Associated British Foods plc




Food Processing

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Associated British Foods plc is one of the largest European food processing groups. Net sales break down by family of products as follows: - grocery and bakery products (21.3%): tea (Twinings brand), oils (Mazola and Capullo), spices (Spice Islands and Durkee), jam, bread, biscuits, sauces, etc.; - sugar (12.9%): Silver Spoon, Billington's brands, etc.; - ingredients (10.9%): yeasts, flavorings, emulsifiers, sterols, esters, etc.; - processed food products (10.1%): mainly cereal and animal feed. The remaining sales (45.6%) are from clothing distribution (408 outlets located mainly in the United Kingdom, Ireland, Spain, Germany, the Netherlands, and Portugal under the Primark and Penneys names). Net sales are distributed geographically as follows: the United Kingdom (36.8%), Europe and Africa (38.2%), Asia/Pacific (12.7%) and Americas (12.3%).
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