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Booths sale set to end 170 years of family ownership

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Northern upmarket grocery retailer Booths has reportedly put itself up for sale, potentially ending 170 years of family ownership. According to The Times , the retailer has drafted in advisors from Rothschild to consider takeover bids, thought to have given an asking price of between £130 and £150 million. Often considered the “Waitrose of the North”, the chain operated from 28 stores across Lancashire, Cumbria, Yorkshire and Cheshire

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Booths sale set to end 170 years of family ownership

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