Caulfield supermarket group's operating profits up 30 per cent

The Caulfield McCarthy supermarket group in the south-east, which was the subject of a €70 million management buyout (MBO) earlier this year, increased its operating profit by almost 30 per cent to €2.07 million in its last fiscal year.

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Ian Kehoe

25th December, 2004

The Caulfield McCarthy supermarket group in the south-east, which was the subject of a €70 million management buyout (MBO) earlier this year, increased its operating profit by almost 30 per cent to €2.07 million in its last fiscal year.

The group, which owns seven SuperValu supermarkets and three shopping centres, had sales of more than €101 million for the year to March 27, according to accounts just filed. This was up slightly on last year's figure...

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