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Aryzta	 is the parent company of Cuisine de France. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Shares in Aryzta fell again yesterday amid speculation that the company may be sold off or radically restructured in a bid to restore shareholder valu(...)

 Cuisine de France is one of Aryzta’s brands. Photograph:  Nick Bradshaw

Has Aryzta inched closer to selling its troubled US arm? That’s now the single biggest question hanging over the business. The Swiss-Irish baked goods(...)

Gary McGann, chairman and Kevin Toland, chief executive of Aryzta at the company’s AGM last month in Dublin. Photograph: Alan Betson

Speciality baker Aryzta has cut its 2018 core profit forecast sharply due to ongoing weakness in European and US markets, knocking its shares by as mu(...)

Aryzta lost as much as 38 per cent of its value in 2017

Swiss-Irish food group Arytza has made two key appointments as it looks to rebuild the ailing business. Aryzta, owner of the Cuisine de France bakery(...)

A family outside their house in Sunderland, where Brexit was heavily backed, on June 26th, days after the referendum. Photograph: Adam Ferguson/The New York Times

Sunderland was once called “the largest shipbuilding town in the world”. When, in 1929, the future King George VI opened the squat metal arch bridge t(...)