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Ambrosia also benefited from relatively cooler weather in June, gaining share in a growing category."
Premier failed in its attempts to sell custard brand Ambrosia earlier this year, and has since appointed boutique corporate finance firm D'Angelin & Co to explore a potential break-up of the business.
To prove the effectiveness of plasma therapy, Ambrosia conducted a clinical trial on 200 people in 2016.
Since Apr 2015, periodic observations have been made in a mango orchard (Mangifera indica L., var 'Ataulfo') (Anacardiaceae) in association with avocado (var 'Mendez') in Manzanillo, Colima, Mexico (19.02663[degrees]N, 104.09755[degrees]W, 23 m asl); the avocados were felled in Mar 2016 after being damaged by ambrosia beetles (Castrejon-Antonio et al.
29 November 2018 - California, US-based mental health services provider Discovery Behavioral Health has acquired New Jersey, US-based Ambrosia Treatment Center, a facility providing evidence-based adult treatment for drug and alcohol addiction, the company said.
"Ambrosia has a reputation of delivering exceptional patient care and we are excited to provide a broader array of behavioral health services to an underserved population," DBH CEO John Peloquin said in a statement.
Premier Foods said: "The process to find a buyer for Ambrosia is at an early stage and there is no guarantee that this will result in its sale."
Premier, whose other kitchen staples include Mr Kipling cakes and Oxo stock cubes, bought Ambrosia in 2003.
MR KIPLING cake firm Premier Foods has said under-fire boss Gavin Darby will leave in January and revealed plans to sell off its Ambrosia brand as it looks to appease disgruntled shareholders.
"Accordingly, we are pursuing options to fund these plans as well as delivering a meaningful reduction in net debt, through discussions with third parties regarding the potential disposal of our Ambrosia brand."
Ambrosia Medical, whose name was inspired by the mythical fruit of the Greek gods that gave immortality, claims to help conquer aging by infusing the blood of young people into their aged clients, reports Business Insider.