Tiger Brands is disposing of its value added meat products businesss.

Tiger Manufacturers is laying aside its cost added meat merchandise businesss.

Food producer Tiger Manufacturers has finalised the sale of its abattoir industry in Olifantsfontein, Gauteng after asserting final month that it had reached an agreement with pork producer, Molare for R100 million.

Tiger Manufacturers’ disposal of the abattoir is piece of its exit out of cost-added meat merchandise equipped beneath its Enterprise industry, whose merchandise embody polony, sausages, bacon and canned meat merchandise. The food producer made the choice to exit the industry following a listeriosis outbreak in 2017 that was traced to its operations in Limpopo and resulted in the deaths of larger than 200 folk who had consumed its meat merchandise. 

It’s part designate had fallen by bigger than 50% for the reason that news of the outbreak and subsequent class action.

Perfect month Tiger Manufacturers additionally confirmed that it would sell the Enterprise industry to rooster producer Nation Chicken Holdings (CBH), for R153 million, the sale will seemingly be concluded as soon as accredited by the Rivals Commission.  

On Wednesday, Tiger Manufacturers’ part designate rose by upright over 1% following the announcement.