ETOBICOKE, Ontario -- For Oshawa Group here, fiscal 1998 will be remembered as the year it returned to its roots as a food company. Fiscal 1998 saw the divestiture of non-core assets, renaming and realignment of its retail divisions, and investments in servicing both the "eat-in" and "eat-out" markets. "Oshawa's program of refocusing the company and combining many divisional functions is being undertaken to improve the utilization of food operation assets and enhance shareholder value," ...

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