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Money for jam: Fruitfield scoops food and drink award

Two years ago Michael Carey was managing director and majority shareholder of Fruitfield Foods, a loss-making company with a long list of somewhat neglected food and confectionery brands (Little Chip and Scots Clan) and an annual turnover of €25 mill

21st May, 2005

Two years ago Michael Carey was managing director and majority shareholder of Fruitfield Foods, a loss-making company with a long list of somewhat neglected food and confectionery brands (Little Chip and Scots Clan) and an annual turnover of €25 million.

Today he is managing director of the Jacob Fruitfield Group, a company with annual turnover of €105 million and an operating profit of €2 million. He is the owner of big-name brands such as Fig...

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