The Big Food Group

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The Big Food Group was a food retail and wholesale company based in the UK. It was created in 2000 when the supermarket chain Iceland merged with Booker Cash & Carry plc.

The company was purchased by Icelandic retail consortium Baugur Group in 2005, and split into:

The property portfolio was spun out into a separate company called PropCo, for £213 million, and then leased back.[1]


  1. ^ "BFG agrees to Baugur bid". Food & Drink. 20 December 2004. Retrieved 2008-04-06.

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