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17 January 2013

Premier Foods announces Fourth Quarter trading and Full Year results for 2012 in line with expectations

Premier Foods today confirms that fourth quarter trading for 2012 was in line with its expectations reflecting a solid performance during the quarter and continuing the growth momentum behind its Power Brands seen in the first three quarters of the year.

Trading Update

Premier Foods today confirms that fourth quarter trading for 2012 was in line with its expectations reflecting a solid performance during the quarter and continuing the growth momentum behind its Power Brands seen in the first three quarters of the year.

The Company confirms its Full Year results for 2012 are expected to be in line with current market expectations.

Commenting on progress, Michael Clarke, Chief Executive Officer, said:

“While the market continues to be challenging, I’m encouraged by the progress we have made in 2012. This provides a solid platform to continue our growth momentum in 2013.” 

Preliminary Results 2012

Preliminary results for 2012 including an update on business strategy will be released on 21 February 2013. A presentation to investors and analysts will be made at The Lincoln Centre, 18 Lincoln’s Inn Fields, London WC2A 3ED on 21 February 2013 at 9:00am.

A schedule illustrating 2011 Full Year results Ongoing business, re-stated for disposals announced in 2012, can be found on the Company website at the address below:

www.premierfoods.co.uk/investor-relations/results-centre/corporate-information.cfm


For further information please contact:

Premier Foods
Lisa Attenborough, Director of Communications   01727 815850
Richard Godden, Head of Investor Relations    01727 815850

Maitland
Tom Buchanan       020 7379 5151
Tom Eckersley


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