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Bisto owner plans Brexit stockpile
Premier Foods has said it intends to stockpile raw materials in the run-up to Brexit as fears grow over gridlock at UK ports.
>The firm, which owns Bisto, Oxo and Mr Kipling, said it was taking steps "in the absence of certainty over the arrangements for the UK's departure from the EU".
>Premier Foods said it expected to spend up to £10m on the preparations.
>It also hopes to sell its Ambrosia custard and creamed rice business.
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