The company posted a pretax profit
"Overall, the outlook for 2014 is positive. While Global Performance Nutrition is expected to be the main driver of growth, Dairy Ireland is expected to deliver an improved performance versus the prior year, with Global Ingredients largely unchanged," the company said in a statement.
On the back of this, the company reiterated its guidance for 2014 of 8% to 10% growth in adjusted earnings per share on a constant currency basis.
Revenue solely from its wholly-owned businesses rose 4.7% on a reported basis and 7.7% at constant currency, to
"Global Ingredients delivered a satisfactory first half in the context of milk procurement issues in
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