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Aryzta Europe boss Hilliard Lombard to leave the group

November 26, 2015
Food & Drink

Aryzta’s head of Europe and Asia Pacific, Hilliard Lombard, is to leave the frozen bakery giant at the end of January.

Mr Lombard has “decided to pursue other interests”, according to a statement issued by the company this morning.

Aryzta chief executive Owen Killian said Mr Lombard had been “been instrumental in making Aryzta a stronger, better and more relevant business”.

The company’s share price has fallen almost 40pc over the last 12 months, with

By Gavin McLoughlin

Source: Irish Independent

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