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FrieslandCampina performed well in 2013

FrieslandCampina performed well in 2013

The Dutch dairy farmers of FrieslandCampina had a very good 2013, when a high milk price resulted in a 10.8 % turnover increase to 11.4 billion euro. Downside was that profit dropped 43.5 % because of a drop in goodwill. Cheese, baby food and dairy drinks in Asia and Africa performed extremely well.

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