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Danish Crown VP resigns after clashing with board members

April 13, 2016
Food & Drink

Danish Crown’s vice president Flemming Enevoldsen, who heads up the company’s subsidiary Tulip, has resigned by mutual consent after a number of high-level strategic disagreements over the UK market.

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By Oscar Rousseau

Source: Global Meat News

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