Riding out the storm

Despite tough trading conditions, Cuisine de France owner Aryzta’s future looks bright, writes Samantha McCaughren

2nd October, 2010

Food manufacturers will face more challenges in the coming months as they juggle increasing commodity costs with consumer unwillingness to pay more at the checkout.

Among the companies which will need to strike this difficult balance is Cuisine de France owner Aryzta, which reported earnings growth last week, despite a very tough trading environment.

The company’s underlying revenue declined 8.2 per cent and operating profit fell 2.9 per cent - with only its Asian markets...

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