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John B. Sanfilippo & Son reports better incomes despite sales fall

The US edible nut grower, processor and wholesaler John B. Sanfilippo & Son, reported a 21.5% net income increase in the financial year (FY) 2019 (June 28 2018-June 27 2019), after net sales declined by 1.4% to USD876.2 mln and sales volume increased by 1.4%.

Dried Fruit & Nuts United States

Hong Kong riots impact New Zealand manuka honey processor results

The manuka honey processor Comvita, listed on the New Zealand stock market, suffered a loss after tax of around NZD7.6 million (USD4.8 mln) in the 2019 financial year (July 2018-June 2019 ) due to a fall in sales during June as a result of riots in Hong Kong, the company noted.

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Frozen and canned businesses keep Bonduelle’s financials steady

The group's revenue for the financial year ending on June 30, 2019, totalled EUR2.7 billion (USD3 bln), up 0.5% compared with that of the previous year.

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Refresco earnings grow by more than half

Juice and soft drinks giant Refresco has reported a good rise in volumes and profits for its fiscal second half of 2019.

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UK grower to expand its macadamia crop

The UK growing company Camellia, listed on the London exchange, is set to expand by 180 hectares its macadamia planted area in South Africa between 2019 and 2023, the company reported.

Macadamias South Africa

Del Monte Foods to divest several US facilities

A few days after US processor Seneca announced the disposal of its pear canning facility by the end of the year, Del Monte Pacific’s US subsidiary Del Monte Foods followed suit, announcing its intention to sell several production facilities in a move to “an asset-light strategy.”

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