RESOLUTIONS PASSED BY THE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING OF HKSCAN CORPORATION

The Annual General Meeting of HKSCan Corporation has on this date adopted the
parent company's and consolidated financial statements and discharged the
members of the Board of Directors and the CEO from liability for the year 2009. 

The Annual General Meeting resolved on the payment of EUR 0.22 per share in
dividend for 2009 in accordance with the proposal of the Board of Directors.
The dividend will be paid to those shareholders who at the record date of 28
April 2010 are registered in HKScan's share register maintained by Euroclear
Finland Ltd (the Finnish Central Securities Depository APK). The date of
payment is 5 May 2010. 


ELECTION OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS

In accordance with the recommendation given by the Board of Directors'
Nomination Committee, the Annual General Meeting resolved that the annual
remuneration payable to the members of the Board of Directors is: EUR 21,000 to
Board member, EUR 25,800 to Vice Chairman of the Board and EUR 51,600 to
Chairman of the Board. In addition, a compensation of EUR 500 per meeting is
paid for attendance at Board and Board committee meetings. Travel expenses will
be compensated according to company travel policy. 

In accordance with the recommendation given by the Board of Directors'
Nomination Committee, the Annual General Meeting confirmed that the number of
members of the Board of Directors is six. Mr Markku Aalto, Ms Tiina
Varho-Lankinen, Mr Matti Karppinen and Mr Matti Murto were re-elected for a
further term of office and Mr Pasi Laine and Mr Otto Ramel were elected as new
members of the Board of Directors. At the organisation meeting held immediately
following the Annual General Meeting, the Board re-elected Mr Markku Aalto as
its Chairman and Ms Tiina Varho-Lankinen as Vice Chairman. 

Newly elected Mr Pasi Laine is President of Energy and Environmental Technology
at Metso Group. He has a Master of Science's degree from Helsinki University of
Technology. 

Mr Otto Ramel is farm entrepreneur and beef producer. He has an Agricultural
Technologist degree from the Swedish Agricultural University and a BA in
business from Lund University. 

Biographical details of all Board members are available on HKScan Corporation's
website at www.hkscan.com. 


ELECTION OF AUDITOR

In accordance with the recommendation given by the Board of Directors' Audit
Committee, the Annual General Meeting resolved that the remuneration of the
auditor will be paid according to the auditor's invoice accepted by the
company. 

In accordance with the recommendation given by the Audit Committee, the Annual
General Meeting elected PricewaterhouseCoopers Oy, an audit firm chartered by
the Central Chamber of Commerce, with APA Johan Kronberg as responsible
auditor, and APA Petri Palmroth as the Company's auditors until the close of
the next Annual General Meeting. APA Mika Kaarisalo and APA Pasi Pietarinen
were elected as deputy auditors. 


AMENDMENTS OF THE ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION

The Annual General Meeting decided on the amendment of Articles 6,7 and 9 of
the Articles of Association, concerning the venue of general meetings, the
notice to general meetings and the Board of Directors of the Company,
respectively, to read as follows: 

“Article 6
The Annual General Meeting of Shareholders shall be held annually by the end of
June on a date to be determined by the Board of Directors. General meetings of
shareholders may be held in the Company's domicile Turku, Vantaa or Helsinki.” 

“Article 7
Notices to general meetings of shareholders shall be given to shareholders no
earlier than three (3) months and no later than three (3) weeks prior to the
meeting, however, no later than nine (9) days prior to the record date of the
meeting, by publication of the notice on the Company's website and, if so
decided by the Board of Directors, in one or more national newspapers as
determined by the Board of Directors.” 

“Article 9
The Company has a Board of Directors comprising between five and seven (5-7)
members. The Board of Directors elects a chairman and deputy chairman from
among its members.” 


AUTHORISATION TO DECIDE ON THE PURCHASE OF THE COMPANY'S OWN SERIES A SHARES

The Annual General Meeting authorised the Board of Directors to resolve on
purchasing the Company's own Series A shares, as follows: 
The aggregate number of Series A shares to be purchased shall not exceed
3,500,000, which corresponds to approximately 6.5% of all the shares in the
Company and approximately 7.2% of all the Series A shares in the Company. 

The Company's own shares may be purchased on the basis of the authorisation
only by using non-restricted equity. The Company's own shares may be purchased
for a price quoted in public trading on the purchase day or for a price
otherwise determined by the market. 

The Board of Directors shall resolve upon the method of purchase. Among other
means, derivatives may be utilized in purchasing the shares. The shares may be
purchased in a proportion other than that of the shares held by the
shareholders (directed purchase). The authorisation is effective until 30 June
2011. 

The authorisation revokes that granted on 23 April 2009 by the Annual General
Meeting to the Board of Directors to acquire the company's own A Shares. 


AUTHORISATION TO RESOLVE ON AN ISSUE OF SHARES, OPTIONS AS WELL AS OTHER
INSTRUMENTS ENTITLING TO SHARES 

The Annual General Meeting authorised the Board of Directors to resolve on an
issue of shares, options, as well as other instruments entitling to shares as
referred to in Chapter 10 Section 1 of the Companies Act, as follows: 
This authorisation concerns the issuance of Series A shares. The Board of
Directors shall be authorised to decide on the number of shares to be issued.
The authorisation shall, however, be limited to a maximum of 5,500,000 Series A
shares. The maximum amount of the shares covered by the authorisation
corresponds to approximately 10.2% of all the registered shares of the Company
and approximately 11.3% of all the Series A shares in the Company. 

The Board of Directors shall be authorised to resolve upon all the terms and
conditions of the issue of shares and other instruments entitling to shares.
The authorisation to issue shares shall cover the issuing of new shares as well
as the transfer of the Company's own shares. The issue of shares and other
instruments entitling to shares may be implemented as a directed issue. The
authorisation shall be effective until 30 June 2011. 

The authorisation revokes that granted on 23 April 2009 by the Annual General
Meeting to the Board of Directors to resolve on an issue of shares, options as
well as other instruments entitling to shares. 

The authorisations to purchase the Company's own shares and to issue new shares
are proposed in order to enable the Board of Directors to decide flexibly on
capital markets transactions that are beneficial for the Company, such as
securing the financing needs of the Company or implementing acquisitions. A
directed purchase of the Company's own shares and a directed share issue always
requires a weighty economic reason for the Company and the authorisations may
not be utilized inconsistently with the principle of equal treatment of
shareholders. 


The minutes of the Annual General Meeting will be made available on HKScan's
website no later than on 7 May 2010. 


HKScan Corporation
Board of Directors


Further information is available from HKScan Corporation CEO Matti Perkonoja.
Please leave any messages for him to call with Marjukka Hujanen on +358 (0)10
570 6218. 


HKScan is one of the leading food companies in northern Europe with home
markets in Finland, Sweden, the Baltics and Poland. HKScan manufactures, sells
and markets pork and beef, poultry products, processed meats and convenience
foods under several well-known local brand names. Its customers are retail, the
HoReCa sector, industry and export customers. HKScan is active in nine
countries and has some 10,000 employees. It had net sales of 2.1 billion euro
in 2009. 



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