They say man cannot live on bread alone, so foodstuffs producer Associated British Foods (ABF) also sells hot beverages, sugar, cereals, and clothes. ABF's bread-baking operation is its oldest function, but it makes the biggest chunk of its money from clothing and accessories — the company owns low-cost high-street fashion chain Primark. ABF also makes and markets grocery products, sugar, ingredients, and agricultural products. Its grocery lines include household staples Ryvita crispbread, Tip Top, Kingsmill bread, Silver Spoon and Billington's sugars, and Twinings tea. In the US, it owns ingredient and spice maker ACH. Other divisions churn out sugar, specialty oils, and animal feed. ABF's activities span nearly 55 countries worldwide. About 35% of the company's revenue is generated within the UK.
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- ASSETS (MIL USD) 21,782
REVENUE (MIL USD)
- TICKER SYMBOL ABF
- Year Started 1934
- Incorporated 1934
- FISCAL YEAR END SEP
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