Dilger eyes opportunities in US for Greencore

Unwelcome exceptional items have plagued Greencore’s results in recent years, but last week saw the food group deliver an unusually pleasant surprise for shareholders with a 10 per cent earnings upgrade that sent the share price to an all-time high.

2nd June, 2007

Unwelcome exceptional items have plagued Greencore’s results in recent years, but last week saw the food group deliver an unusually pleasant surprise for shareholders with a 10 per cent earnings upgrade that sent the share price to an all-time high.

David Dilger, chief executive, was upbeat as he announced pre-tax profits of €38 million for the six months to March, a like-for-like increase of 38 per cent. Revenues bounded ahead by 11 per cent...

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