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Cooks Global Foods Shares valued at $0.275 a share

30 April 2014

NZX Market Announcement

Edison report values Cooks Global Foods Shares at $0.275 a share

London-based Edison Investment Research values Cooks Global Foods Limited (NZX:CGF) shares on a success case at $0.275 a share in its first independent report on the company, issued today.

The valuation is some 62 per cent more than the current share price and is predicated on growth to 580 stores by FY20.

This is a forward looking projection to 2020. The full Edison report can be viewed on the NZX website www.nzx.com/files/attachments/193132.pdf.

For more information visit www.cooksglobalfoods.com

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