The bottling group which works with brands such as Sunny D and Innocent Drinks is preparing to kick off an auction that could be work over £1 billion.
Shareholders in Refresco Gerber hired a investment bank, JP Morgan, to oversee a so-called dual-track process that will examine the merits of a stock or sale market flotation.
Investors in the company include the British-based private equity group, 3i, which owns 20%, and an Icelandic consortium which abandoned an attempt before to sell it during the international financial crisis in 2009.
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