Greencore group revenue up 50% in Q3 as UK restrictions ease
Sandwich manufacturer says it is confident of delivering year-on-year profit despite supply chain and labour shortages in the UK
Greencore, Dublin-headquartered convenience food firm, reported group revenue of £360.2 million in the third quarter, an increase of nearly 50 per cent on the same period last year.
It came after a 91 per cent jump in revenues at Greencore’s food-to-go arm amid an easing of restrictions in the UK over recent months.
In a trading update for the period between March 26 and June 25, the company raised its profit outlook to between £36...
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