| LONDON/FRANKFURT, April 4
LONDON/FRANKFURT, April 4 German diversified
healthcare group Fresenius and Swiss food giant Nestle
are the only bidders left for Danone's
Medical Nutrition unit, two people familiar with the process
told Reuters on Friday.
Talks would soon enter a decisive phase, they added.
Fresenius and Nestle declined to comment while Danone was
not immediately available for comment.
Reuters reported in February that Danone, the world's
biggest yoghurt maker, was considering selling the unit, which
makes feeding tubes and foods and beverages for people with
special nutritional needs.
French daily Les Echos said last month that four groups had
shown interest in buying the business.
(Writing by Ludwig Burger; Editing by Arno Schuetze)