Glanbia Share Earnings Boost

February 2009
Hospitality Ireland;Feb2009, Issue 55, p77
Trade Publication
The article reports on the 17% growth in adjusted earnings per share of Glanbia in 2008. Food Ingredients Ireland was the only Glanbia business that reportedly failed to perform in line with or better than the expectations. The financial condition is predicted by the company to pose more challenges in 2009. The schedule of the release of the full financial results of Glanbia is on March 4.


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