In a statement, Aryzta said more details of the sale would be provided on Monday with the company’s half-year results. File photograph:  Nick Bradshaw

Swiss-Irish food group Aryzta is to sell its troubled North American business to US private equity firm Lindsay Goldberg for $850 million (€711 millio(...)

The maker of Cuisine de France baked goods acquired a 49%  interest in Picard in early 2015 for €447m.  Photograph: Reuters/Arnd Wiegmann

Listed food group Aryzta has reached a deal with private equity groups Lion Capital and Invest Group Zouari (IGZ) to sell its remaining 4.6 per cent s(...)

Aryzta has lined up Andreas Schmid, the former head of Swiss-Belgian chocolate giant Barry Callebaut, to replace Gary McGann as chairman. Photograph: Reuters

Swiss-Irish food company Aryzta has declined to comment on a report that it plans to sell off its underperforming US business as part of a restructuri(...)

Embattled Swiss-Irish baked goods group Aryzta looks set to raise up to €84 million through the sale of its La Rousse Foods business and a once-off di(...)

Cuisine de France, which  is part of the Arytza stable of products.

Swiss-Irish food group Aryzta has moved to allay investors that the proposed renewal of its two-year authority to issue share capital would not be use(...)

Aryzta chief executive Owen Killian is battling a fall in investor confidence. Photograph:Cyril Byrne

Swiss-Irish food group Aryzta has awarded its European boss Hilliard Lombard more than €5.5 million in stock options and elevated him to the company’(...)