Nutreco completes share buy-back programme

Further to the share buy-back programme announced on 8 February 2013, Nutreco announces that during the period from 8 February 2013 until and including 27 March 2013, Nutreco purchased 700,000 of its ordinary shares at an average price of EUR 71.83 per share, for a total consideration of EUR 50.3 million.

Herewith the share buy-back programme with the purpose to cover future stock dividends and employee share plans is completed.


Nutreco is a global leader in animal nutrition and fish feed. Our advanced feed solutions are at the origin of food for millions of consumers worldwide. Quality, innovation and sustainability are guiding principles, embedded in the Nutreco culture from research and raw material procurement to products and services for agriculture and aquaculture. Experience across 100 years brings Nutreco a rich heritage of knowledge and experience for building its future. Nutreco employs approximately 10,000 people in 30 countries, with sales in 80 countries. Nutreco is listed on the NYSE Euronext stock exchange in Amsterdam and reported annual revenue of EUR 5.2 billion in 2012.

For more information:
Jurgen Pullens, Director Investor Relations
Telephone:      +31 33 422 6134
Mobile:             +31 6 51 599 483

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