Hilton Food FY Trading In Line With Board's View

Hilton Food Group plc (HFG.L), on Thursday, issued a trading update for the 52 weeks ended 2nd January 2022, and said the Group performance was in line with the Board's expectations, with year-on-year sales growth driven predominantly by organic expansion.

Over the two year period the company has witnessed strong, sustained growth, as it deliver towards its goal of becoming the global protein partner of choice.

Further, the company noted that its trading outlook remains positive, with growth prospects underpinned by the expansion plans previously announced, the four recent acquisitions of Dalco, Fairfax Meadow, Foppen and Agito, as well as further opportunities arising across its markets by the development of cross category business and the application of Hilton's supply chain management expertise.

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