US spice maker McCormick & Co. has won the battle to buy Reckitt Benckiser’s North American food business, paying a higher than expected $4.2 billion to add extra seasonings and sauces. London-listed Reckitt said in April it was reviewing options for the unit, which includes French’s mustard and Frank’s RedHot sauce, to cut its debt...
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