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Premier Foods

January 26, 2012

Hartley's has been in a bit of a sticky situation of late, with its parent company, Premier Foods, looking to sell it after deciding the iconic British brand was no longer a core line. But Hartley’s could soon get out of this jam, if one family business has its way.

Hartley's has been in a bit of a sticky situation of late, with its parent company, Premier Foods, looking to sell it after deciding the iconic British brand was no longer a core line. But Hartley’s could soon get out of this jam, if one family business has its way.

Duerr’s, the oldest family-owned jam maker in the UK, is considering buying rival Hartley’s – which is thought to be worth between £170 million (€202 million) and £200 million.

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