Campbell Soup Co. soup cans and Bolthouse Farms juices are arranged for a photograph in Washington, D.C.

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Campbell Soup Co. soup cans and Bolthouse Farms juices are organized for {a photograph} in Washington, D.C.

Campbell Soup stated on Friday it will promote its Bolthouse Farms enterprise to an affiliate of personal fairness agency Butterfly Fairness for $510 million, within the U.S. meals firm’s first main sale as a part of its cost-cutting divestiture plan.

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The corporate stated the completion of the sale of Bolthouse Farms, a part of Campbell’s contemporary unit, is anticipated by the tip of fiscal 2019.

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Campbell can have divested its whole contemporary division on completion of the deal, the corporate stated.

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The Wall Road Journal on Thursday had reported concerning the deal saying former Bolthouse Chief Government Officer Jeff Dunn was working with Butterfly Fairness to purchase the unit.

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