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European food companies


, : European food companies. European food companies: 250pp.

This report evaluates and reviews the leading food companies in Europe in terms of corporate structure, history and development, performance, strengths and weaknesses and outlook. It also examines the food industry, including legislative issues and key market trends and developments.

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