General Mills reaffirms full-year 2015 growth targets
General Mills just reported it quarterly financial results.The company reaffirmed its constant-currency growth targets for the full fiscal year, but acknowledged conditions in the U.S. market are challenging.Product innovation and consumer-directed marketing plans are among the strategies expected to drive improved sales and margin performance.
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