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Fairwood Holdings Ltd (0052.HK)

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Fairwood Holdings says FY profit was up by 2.2 percent
Thursday, 22 Jun 2017 12:04am EDT 

June 22 (Reuters) - Fairwood Holdings Ltd <0052.HK>::‍Final dividend of HK58.0 cents per share and special final dividend of HK50.0 cents per share​.FY revenue was HK$2,580.9 million, up 6.3 percent.FY profit for year was HK$205.3 million, up by 2.2 pct .  Full Article

Fairwood Holdings Limited - McDonald's Corp, KFC, Subway, Tsui Wah named by Hong Kong Consumer Council in push to stop sourcing meat with antibiotics - South China Morning Post
Monday, 7 Dec 2015 10:41pm EST 

Fairwood Holdings Limited:McDonald’s and Cafe de Coral are among 9 restaurant groups targeted by the city’s consumer watchdog in its latest campaign to tackle a major public health risk caused by the use of meat from animals fed by growth-promoting antibiotics - South China Morning Post.In a statement published on the Consumer Council’s website, the watchdog said it had written to nine restaurant chains to inquire about their policies on the use of such meat - South China Morning Post.It further urged the companies to set a timetable to stop sourcing meat and poultry from animals that were routinely fattened by the supplements. The request came in an effort to halt the spread of deadly, antibiotic-resistant bacteria posing serious health hazards - South China Morning Post.The full list of chains targeted are: McDonald’s, KFC, Subway, Yoshinoya, Cafe de Coral, Fairwood, Maxim’s, Tai Hing and Tsui Wah. - South China Morning Post.The watchdog suggested the firms publicise details of their antibiotic-free production policy and that implementation be audited by an independent third party - South China Morning Post.Council chief executive Gilly Wong Fung-han said the watchdog would give the restaurants some time to implement changes - South China Morning Post.  Full Article