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Report: General Mills buying Brazilian food company for $1.16 billion

A local newspaper in Brazil quotes an anonymous source who says the Minnesota food giant is buying Yoki, a family-run company that produces cereals, snack foods and other products.
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A local newspaper in Brazil quotes an anonymous source who says the Minnesota food giant is buying Yoki, a family-run company that produces cereals, snack foods and other products.

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