SuperValu and Centra deliver for Musgrave
The food retailer and wholesaler reported a pre-tax profit of €73 million for 2016
"Investing in our brands during the recession was a successful strategy positioning us to benefit from recovering economies in the Republic of Ireland, Northern Ireland and Spain," Musgrave chief executive Chris Martin said, noting the company had also focused on cost reduction.
"We are continuing to drive our business and to look for new opportunities as appropriate. While the business is performing well to date in 2017, we remain cautious as a result of the...
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