Quorn Ownership Switches to Philippines in $833 Million SaleBy
Monde Nissin beats off rival interest for meat-subtitute maker
Deal represents further step in snack maker's expansion
Britain’s Quorn Foods is being acquired by Monde Nissin Corp. of the Philippines in a deal that values the 30-year-old meat-substitute maker at 550 million pounds ($833 million).
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