AUS: Kirin's Lion Nathan National Foods suffers Q1 sales fall

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 10 May 2011

Kirin Holdings-owned Lion Nathan National Foods (LNNF) has reported a fall in first quarter sales due to a decline in beer volumes and difficult conditions in the dairy and juice sectors.

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Kirin Holdings-owned Lion Nathan National Foods (LNNF) has reported a fall in first quarter sales due to a decline in beer volumes and difficult conditions in the dairy and juice sectors.

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