LSE:ABF (Associated British Foods)

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Associated British Foods is the Weston familys UK arm. The Westons still own over 50% and through their careful husbandry it now owns a raft of the UKs best-known brand names including Twinings tea, Ovaltine, Primark and British Sugar.

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