Shareholders clinging on for a maximising of value at agribusiness investment company Zeder should perhaps not hold their collective breath.

Efforts to sell Zeder’s last two remaining assets — specialist seed business Zaad and fruit distributor Capespan — could prove tricky with higher agricultural input costs and global supply chain disruptions likely to temper the enthusiasm of potential buyers...

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