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Del Monte sells US canned vegetables operation

The San Francisco based Del Monte Pacific has sold vegetables processor Sager Creek to the canner McCall Farms for USD55 million, the company announced on Thursday. 

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Camil Alimentos to raise IPO price

The giant Brazilian canned fish producer Camil Alimentos expects to raise the pricing of its Initial Public Offer (IPO) up to USD542 million, Reuters reported.

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Spanish canning acquisition profitable move for Shanghai

The Spanish canner Albo has ended its first half of the year with a net profit of USD1.9 million, out of a turnover of USD48 mln after the China based fishing company Shanghai Kaichuang Marine International acquired it last year. 

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Camil Alimentos announces IPO price per share

The canned fish firm Camil Alimentos’s Public Offer (IPO) could reach the USD1.5 billion, the company estimated in a preliminary announcement of the price per share. 

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China Agri-Industries returns to profit

China Agri-Industries Holdings, a subsidiary of Chinese trading giant COFCO, returned to profit in the first half of the year, helped by a big jump in profitability in its ethanol and oilseeds segments.

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Oceana’s profit expected to plummet

Oceana Group, owner of the Lucky Star canned pilchard brand and the Daybrook fish meal and fish oil operation in Louisiana, has predicted earnings per share (EPS) to drop between 35-50% for the fiscal year ending in September 30.

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