Aryzta to retain US arm despite drop in revenues
The food giant’s North American business is a vital part of the company, even with its difficulties, says chief executive Kevin Toland
Bakery and food giant Aryzta will retain its North American business even though it continues to suffer declines in revenues, the company’s chief executive has said.
Kevin Toland, who has led the turnaround of the Irish-Swiss company best known for its Cuisine de France brand, told the Business Post last week that even with the difficulties in the US it was still a vital part of the overall company. He said its performance...
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