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Investors have punished Clover after the foods and beverages company announced it expects a drop in headline earnings per share of up to 25%.
The Competition Tribunal has approved a merger between Clover and DairyBelle's yoghurt/UHT milk business.
Dairy and beverages maker Clover says is has bought the yoghurt and long-life milk business of fellow dairy company Dairybelle for R200m.
Dairy and beverages maker Clover has posted a slight rise in full-year earnings and says it plans to launch new products and enter new markets to boost growth.
The price of milk will have to increase sharply to avoid a potential crisis, says the Milk Producers Organisation, according to a report.
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The sugar tax may be aimed at reducing consumption, but it ate its way into Clover's profits, the group said on Tuesday.
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Company will instead focus on researching ways to develop and produce a new range of drinks.
Food and beverage company Clover Industries has reported a 41% jump in first-half earnings on higher product prices, despite falling sales and market share.
Food and beverage firm Clover Industries has posted a 14.2% fall in earnings, clipped by brisk inflation levels and higher raw material costs.
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Clover's results were impacted by a number of factors, including investments in new products and platforms.
Shares in dairy foods maker Clover have risen more than 4.5% in its stock market debut.
Dairy foods maker Clover, which is due to list next week, has priced its initial public offering in the middle of its range, raising R575m.
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