Of concern to buyers will be GW's £11m loss in 2004 and a reported pension deficit. But with brands including Nik Naks well established, investors might be allowed to take over individual product lines.
The collapse has been attributed to the dominance of PepsiCo-owned Walkers, which has 45 per cent of the UK crisp market, compared with Golden Wonder's meagre five per cent.
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