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Coca-Cola buys Serbia's Josh-maker Bambi for €260m

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Coca-Cola HBC said it had bought Serbian confectionery business Bambi for €260m (£227m).

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The company said on Monday it had bought the company from funds advised by Mid Europa Partners, a buyout investor in Central and Eastern Europe. Completion of the acquisition is expected in the second quarter of 2019.

Bambi, established in 1967, makes a range of products including biscuits, wafers and savoury snacks. The company's brands include Bambi, Plazma, Wellness, Zlatni Pek, and Josh.


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