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Premier Foods Says 330 Mln STG Notes Coupon Confirmed At 3.5%, Raises FY Profit Outlook
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Premier Foods plc is a food company. The Company is engaged in the manufacture and distribution of branded and own label food and beverage products. The Company's segments include Grocery, Sweet Treats and International. The Grocery segment primarily sells savory ambient food products. The Sweet Treats segment sells sweet ambient food products. The International segment has been aggregated within the Grocery segment for reporting purposes. The Company offers a range of brands, such as Ambrosia, Bisto, OXO, Paxo, Sharwood's, Loyd Grossman, Homepride, Batchelors, Smash, Bird's, Paul Hollywood, Marvel and Angel Delight. Its Grocery strategic business unit (SBU) includes cooking sauces and accompaniments, flavors and seasonings, Quick meals and soups, and ambient desserts. Its Sweet Treats SBU includes the Company's cake brands, such as Mr. Kipling, Cadbury and Lyons. Its International SBU is focused on new markets across the world.
Premier House, Centrium, Griffiths Way
Colin R. Day
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Premier Foods, the maker of Oxo stock cubes and Bisto gravy, highlighted a strong start to its second quarter on Wednesday but expects this trend to slow down as people return to eating out of home with the easing of virus-led restrictions.
Premier Foods, the maker of OXO stock cubes and Bisto gravy, said on Wednesday its second-quarter sales have seen a strong start but expects this trend to normalise through the quarter, as people gradually return to eating out of home.
Britain's Premier Foods, maker of OXO stock cubes and Bisto gravy, <PFD.L> said on Wednesday it expected revenue and profit to exceed estimates for the fiscal year that began at the end of March, as the coronavirus lockdown drove people to cook at home.
Mr Kipling cakes maker Premier Foods Plc said on Wednesday it expected revenue and trading profit for the new year to exceed current estimates, encouraged by around 20% sales jump in the first-quarter on stockpiling during the coronavirus lockdown across the UK.
* FY ADJUSTED PRETAX PROFIT ROSE 6 PERCENT TO 93.3 MILLION STG
Mr Kipling cakes maker Premier Foods <PFD.L> on Monday forecast annual trading profit at the top end of market expectations after Britons stocked up on food at the start of the coronavirus lockdown, lifting its shares more than 20%.
Premier Foods said on Monday it expects annual trading profit to be at the top end of market expectations, as the coronavirus pandemic fuelled a short-term peak in volumes in March.
* NPV OF PENSIONS DEFICIT CONTRIBUTIONS TO REDUCE FROM £300-320M BY UP TO APPROXIMATELY 45% TO £175-185M
Premier Foods Chief Executive Officer Alex Whitehouse said on Friday, the maker of Bisto gravy and OXO cubes was developing a vegan version of its OXO beef stock cubes, to capitalise on the vegan and plant-based trend.
Bisto gravy and OXO cube maker Premier Foods said on Friday higher demand for its mini Mr. Kipling mince pies coupled with a TV advertising push, helped sales grow 2.6% during the key Christmas period.
Bisto gravy and OXO cube maker Premier Foods said on Friday sales during the Christmas period rose 2.6% on robust demand for its mini Mr. Kipling mince pies.
Premier Foods <PFD.L> will launch a new range of mince pies, cherry bakewells and fruit pies packaged as Mr Kipling mini cakes ahead of Christmas, after a relaunch of the popular sweet treats brand helped it bounce back to profit.
Britain's Premier Foods Plc reported higher first-half adjusted pretax profit on Tuesday, as its relaunched Mr Kipling cakes brand benefited from a TV advertising push and sales of its Nissin branded range of products more than doubled.
* Shares rise 2.5% (Adds details on new CEO, analyst comment, share price)
Bisto gravy and OXO cube maker Premier Foods on Friday appointed Alex Whitehouse as its new chief executive officer and said its finance head Alastair Murray would step down.
Bisto gravy and OXO cube maker Premier Foods reported higher group sales in the first quarter as its Mr Kipling cakes and Batchelors brands benefitted from a TV advertising push.
Bisto gravy and OXO cube maker Premier Foods reported higher group sales in the first-quarter as its Mr Kipling cakes and Batchelors brands benefitted from a TV advertising push.
Premier Foods Plc said Chairman Keith Hamill would retire from his role in July, leaving the two top positions at the British company to be filled on a permanent basis.
Premier Foods Plc said on Thursday that Chairman Keith Hamill would retire from his role at the company's annual meeting in July after two years in the job.
** Media reported over weekend co looking to sell Mr Kipling cakes brand, paving way for a possible breakup
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