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Origin confident on food market

The agri-business firm’s chief executive Tom O’Mahony is upbeat about the long-term prospects for the food sector, writes Samantha McCaughren, Business Correspondent.

20th September, 2008

The agri-business firm’s chief executive Tom O’Mahony is upbeat about the long-term prospects for the food sector, writes Samantha McCaughren, Business Correspondent.

Food commodity prices have eased back from the peaks of recent months, prompting speculation that fears of spiralling food costs were overplayed during the past 12 months.

Irish agri-business Origin Enterprises, spun off from Aryzta (formerly IAWS) last year, has been among the companies to see their shares take a...

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