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Food producer Tiger Brands has warned that Covid-19 could shave off more than R500m in profits in its second half, as the group braces for disruptions in its supply chains and weak consumer spending.

As existing stock is depleted the group expects its six months to September will be affected by cost increases due to rand weakness, global supply chain disruptions and additional costs incurred during the lockdown, the group said...

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