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Icelandic snack brand raises $20 million

Food Business News 16 May 2022
REYKJAVIK, ICELAND — Good Good, a brand of Icelandic snacks and pantry staples, has closed a $20 million Series B funding round led by SÍA, a private equity group in Iceland, along with additional private investors ... Good Good has expanded its team in Iceland, the United States and The Netherlands in recent months.
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Yogurt maker Lactalis betting on US appetite

Urdu Point 06 May 2022
The company also is monitoring changes in taste, like the thick, high-protein and low-sugar Icelandic yogurts from the Siggi's brand, acquired by Lactalis in 2018 ... He introduced Icelandic skyr to the American market in 2006, but sales really took off in 2012 and 2013 when "sugar replaced fat as public enemy number one in healthy eating," he said.
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Electric Car Market Recorded a 29.97% Y-O-Y Growth Rate in 2021 | Driven by Increasing ...

Longview News-Journal 05 May 2022
In Europe, countries such as Norway, the Netherlands, Germany, Iceland, and Poland dominated the regional sales. The growing demand and sales of BEVs in these countries and regions are driving the growth of the global electric cars market ... After-sales services such as maintenance ...
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Festi Hf.: Financial Results For Q1 2022

MENA FN 04 May 2022
(MENAFN - GlobeNewsWire - Nasdaq) English Icelandic Main results Margin from sale of goods and services was ISK 5,734 million. Gross margin from sales was 23.3% and decreases by 1.3 bps ... .
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