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Sure to rise: can new My Food Bag CEO deliver?

ANALYSIS: Kevin Bowler’s unexpected resignation as CEO last month gives much-maligned company a golden opportunity.

NBR co-editor Hamish McNicol speaks with Calida Stuart-Menteath.

The story of My Food Bag since it became the country’s largest IPO in years in March 2021 has been the story of its share price.

It’s fair enough: since listing at $1.85 a share, valuing it at $449 million, the stock has only gone in one direction. Indeed, it fell as low as 57c in the last month

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