HKSCAN GROUP'S INTERIM REPORT 1 JANUARY - 30 SEPTEMBER 2010                     


HKSCAN'S THIRD QUARTER IN LINE WITH PLANNING; ROSE POULTRY DEAL SIGNED IN       
SEPTEMBER WILL, WHEN EXECUTED, MAKE HKSCAN A LEADING POULTRY COMPANY IN NORTHERN
EUROPE                                                                          

* HKScan's Q3 was as planned. Thanks to the normalisation of business in        
Finland, the non-recurring gains in Sweden and excellent success in the Polish  
market area, EBIT for the third quarter rose to EUR 18.8 million (EUR 14.1m).   

* The Group's net sales over the nine-month period came to EUR 1 518.3 million  
(EUR 1 567.2 million) and operating profit to EUR 32.3 million falling slight   
short of the previous year's level (EUR 36.6 million).                          

* The company reaffirms its earnings guidance given in the Q2 interim report.   
With performance in the first half of the year falling markedly short of the    
same a year ago, the Group's full-year EBIT exclusive of non-recurring items is 
estimated to be at a level somewhat lower than in 2009.                         


HKSCAN GROUP                                                                    
(EUR million)                                                                   
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|                    |  Q3/2010 |  Q3/2009 |  Q1-Q3/10 |  Q1-Q3/09 |      2009 |
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| Net sales          |   532.4  |    533.5 |  1 518.3  |   1 567.2 |   2 124.7 |
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| EBIT               |    18.8  |     14.1 |     32.3  |      36.6 |      55.1 |
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| - EBIT margin, %   |      3.5 |      2.6 |       2.1 |       2.3 |       2.6 |
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| Profit/loss before |     16.5 |     10.8 |      25.3 |      21.9 |      37.3 |
| taxes              |          |          |           |           |           |
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| Earnings per       |     0.24 |    0.20  |      0.37 |     0.35  |      0.64 |
| share, EUR         |          |          |           |           |           |
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Per-share data has been adjusted for the share offering in 2009.                


Q3, JULY-SEPTEMBER 2010                                                         

* The Group's net sales in third quarter of the year were EUR 532.4 million (EUR
533.5m). Group EBIT came in at EUR 18.8 million (EUR 14.1m).                    

{>* In Finland, the situation was returning to normal after the industrial      
action in the spring. EBIT in the third quarter came to EUR 6.8 million (EUR 7.7
m).                                                                             

* In Sweden, EBIT came to EUR 6.6 million (EUR 2.5m). EBIT was increased by the 
gains on disposal of the properties in Uppsala and Visby. On the other hand, the
restructuring has continued to give rise to significant additional expenditure. 

* In the Baltics, EBIT was eroded as expected by the merger of Jelgavas Galas   
Kombinats with Rigas Miesnieks. EBIT came in at EUR 2.5 million (EUR 3.4 m).    

* In Poland, EBIT nearly doubled to EUR 4.3 million (EUR 2.2m).                 


CEO MATTI PERKONOJA:                                                            

“Business in the third quarter of the year was in line with expectation for     
HKScan. The company's strategic strengths, decentralized geographical structure 
and large number of product segments support the steady and predictable         
development of the business. The acquisitions are in line with HKScan's growth  
strategy and do not involve such operational or financial risks of a magnitude  
that would jeopardize the company's controlled and long-term development.       

The Group has strengthened measures to improve profitability and efficiency of  
the business, particularly in Sweden and Finland. HKScan announced in September 
plans for new structural changes to improve operations in the Finnish and       
Swedish market areas. In Finland, the focus is on significantly improving the   
productivity of the business in order to maintain international competitiveness.
It was decided to expand the restructuring programme initiated in Sweden earlier
in order to secure the programme's development benefits of EUR 30 million.      

The business environment in the Baltics continues to present a challenge due to 
the state of the region's economies, although in recent months the situation has
somewhat stabilized. The performance of Rakvere Lihakombinaat and Tallegg       
remained strong.                                                                

In Poland, there was a considerable improvement in Sokolów's EBIT. The driving  
force behind the positive trend was strengthening of the market positions in the
modern retail trade and success in the export markets.                          

There was no need for reassessment of the balance sheet values tested in the    
quarterly impairment testing.                                                   

HKScan Corporation and the owners of the Danish company, Rose Poultry A/S signed
an agreement in September according to which Denmark's largest poultry company  
will be acquired by HKScan. Rose Poultry's strategic suitability for HKScan is  
excellent, and upon closing of the transaction the company will become a leading
player in the poultry segment in northern Europe. The aim is to complete the    
transaction during the current year and closing of the agreement will be        
conditional on approval by relevant competition authorities.                    

In Finland, HK Ruokatalo's unique and extensive Rapeseed pork development       
project has progressed on schedule. With the innovation pork will rise to a new 
level of quality and the top of healthy meat products. The pigs are fed feed to 
which Finnish rapeseed oil is added. As a result, the quality of the fat in     
their meat is rendered heart-friendly in a natural way. HK Ruokatalo will launch
the new Rapeseed pork products, which are both tasty and good for the heart,    
onto the consumer market in February 2011..                                     


MARKET AREA: FINLAND                                                            
(EUR million)                                                                   
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|                       | Q3/2010 |  Q3/2009 | Q1-Q3/10 | Q1-Q3/09 |      2009 |
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| Net sales             |  179.0  |    181.6 |   520.3  |    547.2 |     732.5 |
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| EBIT                  |    6.8  |      7.7 |     6.0  |     20.6 |      27.0 |
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| - EBIT margin, %      |     3.8 |      4.2 |      1.2 |      3.8 |       3.7 |
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In Finland, EBIT came to EUR 6.8 million (EUR 7,7m).                            
The summer barbecue season was successful and sales were in line with           
expectations. Demand for poultry meat in period was higher than forecast        
exceeding HK Ruokatalo's delivery capacity limiting at the same time the        
company's achievable earnings performance. The business performance and         
profitability of HKScan Finland's other subsidiaries and associates was         
excellent.                                                                      

The stock exchange release issued in mid-September specified the development    
plans concerning the business area in Finland. The planned programme seeks to   
strengthen the company's position and increase work productivity in Finland and 
to deliver development benefits of EUR 12.5 million by the end of 2011. The     
programme tentatively plans greater centralization of production activities.    
Implementation of the planned programme would mean a reduction of roughly 250   
person-years throughout HKScan Finland's entire business chain, including       
subcontractors and outsourced operations, by the end of 2011. Negotiations      
regarding the matter have been started with HK Ruokatalo's employees at the     
beginning of November.                                                          

The export deliveries of HK Ruokatalo's production facilities in Forssa and     
Mellilä to Russia were disrupted in July. This was due to a ban by the Russian  
authorities on exports from a number of Finnish food industry companies. The    
export ban with respect to the Mellilä production facility was lifted in late   
August. Disruption of exports from Forssa has caused some growth in stocks.     
                                                                                
In collaboration with its partners HK Ruokatalo has developed a new kind of     
pork, Rapeseed pork, which is both tasty and good for the heart. The development
project has progressed on schedule and the new heart−healthy Rapeseed pork      
products will be launched on the consumer market in February 2011.              


MARKET AREA: SWEDEN                                                             
(EUR million)                                                                   
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|                       | Q3/2010 |  Q3/2009 | Q1-Q3/10 | Q1-Q3/09 |      2009 |
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| Net sales             |  249.8  |    256.2 |   722.1  |    759.1 |   1 037.4 |
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| EBIT                  |    6.6  |      2.5 |    12.3  |      7.6 |      16.7 |
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| - EBIT margin, %      |     2.6 |      1.0 |      1.7 |      1.0 |       1.6 |
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Third-quarter net sales in Sweden were slightly below 2009 levels, amounting to 
EUR 249.8 million (EUR 256.2m). The reasons for the decrease were disruptions in
supply relating to the running-in phase of the new logistics centre and the     
considerable increase in beef imports, which has decreased consumption and      
market price level of Swedish beef. The strengthened Swedish krona has          
significantly weakened the competitiveness of Swedish raw material-based        
production.                                                                     

EBIT came in at EUR 6.6 million (EUR 2.5m). EBIT was increased by the EUR 7.9   
million gains on the disposal of the production facilities in Uppsala and Visby 
recognized for the period. During the early part of the year the ongoing        
restructuring has given rise to an estimated EUR 8 million in additional        
expenditure, of which ca. EUR 4.6 million was in Q3.                            

Scan's national distribution centre in Linköping was inaugurated in August.     
Centralization of deliveries will clarify operations and streamline distribution
channels benefiting both customers and Scan. The disruptions seen in the        
deployment of the centre have been rectified, and delivery reliability is       
reaching the standard required.                                                 
                                                                                
The Pärsons brand of cold cuts succeeded well in Q3. The Scan brand, too, has   
strengthened its position in processed products.                                

In September, Scan Ab decided to expand the development programme initiated a   
year ago to secure the development benefits of EUR 30 million announced in 2009.
According to the plan, the production of food sausages would be centralized     
during the period 2011−2013 from Örebro and Kristianstad mainly to Linköping.   
The production of semi-finished products sold under the Pärsons-brand would be  
transferred from Ströveltorp to Scan's other production facilities. In addition,
the head office and administration are to be transferred from Skara and         
Stockholm to Linköping.                                                         

Upon implementation, the plan involves, as announced a year ago, a reduction in 
Scan's employees from the current 2 750 to approximately 2 500.                 


MARKET AREA: BALTICS                                                            
(EUR million)                                                                   
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|                      |  Q3/2010 |  Q3/2009 | Q1-Q3/10 | Q1-Q3/09 |      2009 |
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| Net sales            |    42.3  |     40.5 |   118.4  |    118.8 |     156.9 |
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| EBIT                 |     2.5  |      3.4 |     6.9  |      7.9 |       9.8 |
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| - EBIT margin, %     |      6.0 |      8.3 |      5.8 |      6.6 |       6.3 |
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In the Baltics, EBIT in Q3 was EUR 2.5 million (EUR 3.4m). Earnings were eroded 
in line with expectation by the merger of Jelgavas Galas Kombinats with the     
Rakvere Group's Latvia-based subsidiary AS Rigas Miesnieks, which acquired      
Jelgavas Galas Kombinats at the beginning of the year.                          

In the Baltics, the difficulties of the economies are starting to ease, but     
unemployment is high and purchasing power is accordingly still lower than       
normal. Competition is tight in the entire meat sector in the Baltics and       
performance is challenging, as consumers favour more affordable and less        
processed products.                                                             

The Rakvere Group's Latvia-based subsidiary AS Rigas Miesnieks has enhanced the 
efficiency of its operations by consolidating the sales and logistics function  
of Rigas Miesnieks and Jelgavas Galas Kombinats as of September. The aim is to  
centralize the companies' production-related activities during the course of    
next year mainly in Jelgavas' new and efficient facility. Rigas Miesnieks'      
dispatching department and administration will remain in Riga. Consolidating the
operations will achieve, in addition to cost savings, flexibility in the        
difficult situation within Latvia's meat market.                                

Rakvere Lihakombinaat's animal waste processing unit was completed in August.   
The new facility is the most efficient and environmentally friendly in its      
sector in Estonia.                                                              


MARKET AREA: POLAND                                                             
(EUR million)                                                                   
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| *)                   |  Q3/2010 |  Q3/2009 | Q1-Q3/10 | Q1-Q3/09 |      2009 |
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| Net sales            |    76.9  |     69.2 |   206.8  |    186.5 |     251.7 |
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| EBIT                 |     4.3  |      2.2 |    12.5  |      6.4 |       9.3 |
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| - EBIT margin, %     |      5.6 |      3.2 |      6.1 |      3.4 |       3.7 |
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*) The figures refer to HKScan's share (50%) of the Sokolów Group's figures.    

The strong business development that began in Poland at the end of 2009         
continued in Q3 as well. Sokolów's EBIT nearly doubled to EUR 4.3m (EUR 2.2m).  
Net sales increased compared with the corresponding period a year earlier       
standing at EUR 76.9 million (69.2m).                                           

The company's even greater success in the ranges of super- and hypermarkets of  
the modern retail chains, in particular, contributed to Sokolów achievement.    
Exports, too, have grown. The company's financial standing is in equilibrium and
its cost competitiveness is good.                                               

Thanks to its tight cost control, Sokolów has also retained its margin despite  
the fall in market prices.                                                      


AGREEMENT TO ACQUIRE THE LEADING DANISH POULTRY COMPANY, Rose Poultry A/S       

HKScan Corporation (“HKScan”) and the owners of the Danish company, Rose Poultry
A/S (“Rose Poultry”) − Vinderup Poultry A/S, Skovsgaard, Fjerkræslagteri A/S and
Hedegaard A/S − signed in September an agreement according to which Denmark's   
largest poultry company will be acquired by HKScan. The aim is to complete the  
transaction during the course of this autumn. Closing of the agreement will be  
conditional on approval by relevant competition authorities.                    

Upon closing of the transaction, HKScan's operations in the poultry market will 
expand to Denmark and Sweden, and the company will become a leading player in   
the poultry market in northern Europe. Rose Poultry's strategic suitability for 
HKScan is excellent and it will constitute an important step in the development 
of the company's poultry business. The acquisition is in line with the strategy 
of the HKScan Group.                                                            

The purchase price for the shares in Rose Poultry is at maximum EUR 23.9 million
subject to certain price adjustment mechanisms. The purchase price will be paid 
with a cash payment of at maximum EUR 15.9 million and a directed share issue of
at maximum 1 000,000 HKScan Series A shares to the sellers. The parties have    
further agreed that the sellers have a put option pursuant to which during a    
period commencing 18 months after the closing date and expiring 21 months after 
the closing date, upon receipt of a sale notice, HKScan will acquire all or part
of new HKScan Series A shares at a fixed price of EUR 8.00 per HKScan Series A  
share. The interest bearing net debt in the balance sheet of Rose Poultry is an 
estimated EUR 47 million. The final purchase price will be specified in         
conjunction with the closing of the transaction.                                

The Board of Directors of HKScan approved the acquisition on 9 September 2010   
and decided to use the share issue authorisation granted to it by the Annual    
General Meeting held on 23 April 2010 for a directed share issue.               

The maximum number of Series A shares to be issued represents approximately 2.06
percent of the number of all HKScan Series A shares registered at the time of   
the decision and approximately 0.64 percent of votes carried by all the         
company's shares.                                                               

Rose Poultry produces annually more than 130 million kilos of poultry meat,     
which is sold under the company's own Rose brand as well as under private labels
as fresh, frozen or processed products in the company's main markets in Denmark,
Sweden and the UK. Rose Poultry has three production facilities in Denmark and  
the company employs approximately 1 000 people.                                 


CAPITAL EXPENDITURE AND FINANCE                                                 

The Group's gross investments in Q3 of 2010 totalled EUR 15.2 million (EUR      
9.3m). Gross investments in the first nine months of the year totalled EUR 52.2 
million (EUR 33.8m) and were divided among production-related investment in the 
market areas as follows: Finland EUR 16.5 million (EUR 9.0m), Sweden EUR 17.2   
million (EUR 13.7m) and the Baltics EUR 12.4 million (EUR 4.7m). HKScan's share 
of Sokolów investments in Poland was EUR 6.1 million (EUR 6.4m).                

The Group's interest-bearing debt at the end of September stood at EUR 458.8    
million (EUR 483.6m). Gross interest-bearing debt at the turn of the year was   
EUR 417.4 million. The decline in debt from the corresponding period a year     
earlier (Q3/2009) is attributable to the EUR 78.0 million share offering        
executed in December 2009. The company allocated EUR 20 million of the proceeds 
of the offering to repaying its hybrid bond. The remaining proceeds of the      
offering were used to pay other interest-bearing debts.                         

The considerable strengthening (ca. 11%) of the Swedish krona since the turn of 
the year, a higher need for working capital, and dividend payments increased the
company's gross interest-bearing debt in the early part of the year.            

Net financial expenses have clearly fallen from a year ago owing to lower       
interest rates, a reduced loan portfolio and a decline in the costs of hedging  
equity denominated in EEK. Untapped credit facilities at 30 September 2010 stood
at EUR 214.6 million (EUR 169.2m). In addition, the Group had other untapped    
overdraft and other facilities of EUR 27.1 million (EUR 42.1m). The EUR 100     
million commercial paper programme had been drawn in the amount of EUR 17.0     
million (EUR 10.0m).                                                            

At the end of September, the equity ratio stood at 35.8 percent (31.1%). A      
material contributor to the stronger equity ratio was the share offering        
executed in December 2009. The equity ratio at the turn of the year was 37.1    
percent.                                                                        


INSIDER TRIAL RELATING TO SHARE PURCHASES BY LSO OSUUSKUNTA                     

The trial regarding the share trading of LSO Osuuskunta in August 2006 began at 
the beginning of November. HKScan will monitor the progress of the proceedings  
and revisit the issue at the latest when the outcome of the case has been       
determined.                                                                     

The Helsinki district prosecutor decided that six persons who were part of LSO  
Osuuskunta's management at the time, in 2006, would be prosecuted for aggravated
abuse of insider information. Three of these persons are currently members of   
the Board of Directors of HKScan Corporation. The charge is based on the        
respective persons' positions at the time as representatives of LSO Osuuskunta  
and does not relate to their actions as members of the Board of HKScan          
Corporation.                                                                    

In April 2010, the Helsinki district prosecutor resolved not to bring charges in
respect of HKScan CEO Matti Perkonoja and one company official.                 


TREASURY SHARES                                                                 

At 30 September 2010, HKScan held a total of 51 982 of its A Shares. These had a
market value of EUR 0.41 million (EUR 7.81 each) and accounted for 0.10% of all 
shares and 0.03% of all votes. No dividend is paid on treasury shares.          


BOARD OF DIRECTORS' EXISTING AUTHORIZATIONS                                     

(1) The AGM of 23 April 2010 authorized the Board to resolve on acquiring a     
maximum of 3 500 000 Series A shares as treasury shares, equal to roughly 6.5%  
of total registered shares and 7.2% of total A Shares.                          

Treasury shares may only be acquired using unrestricted equity. Treasury 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). This authorization is valid until 30 June 2011 and cancels 
the authorization granted to the Board by the AGM of 23 April 2009 to resolve on
acquiring the company's treasury shares.                                        

(2) The AGM also authorized the Board of Directors to resolve on an issue of    
shares, option rights as well as other special rights entitling to shares as    
referred to in Chapter 10:1 of the Limited Liability Companies Act. The Board   
was authorized to resolve on the issue of a maximum of 5 500 000 A Shares,      
corresponding to ca. 10.2% of all registered shares in the company and ca. 11.3%
of all A Shares.                                                                

The Board may resolve upon all the terms and conditions of the issue of shares  
and other special rights entitling to shares. The authorization to issue shares 
shall cover the issuing of new shares as well as the transfer of the company's  
treasury shares. The issue of shares and other special rights entitling to      
shares may be implemented as a directed issue. This authorization is valid until
30 June 2011 and cancels the authorization granted to the Board by the AGM of 23
April 2009 on resolving on an issue of shares, option rights as well as other   
special rights entitling to shares.                                             

The authorizations concerning purchases of treasury shares and share issue were 
granted to provide the company's Board with flexibility in deciding on capital  
market transactions necessary to the company, e.g. to secure its financing needs
or to execute mergers and acquisitions. A directed acquisition of treasury      
shares or directed share issue can only be executed for reasons of weighty      
financial consequence to the company and the authorization cannot be exercised  
in violation of the principle of shareholder equality.                          


EMPLOYEES                                                                       

In the first nine months of the year, the Group had an average workforce of 7   
342 employees (7 301 in Q1-Q3/2009). Analysis of employees on average by market 
area.                                                                           

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|                           |             Q1-Q3/2010 |              Q1-Q3/2009 |
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| Finland                   |                  2 505 |                   2 403 |
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| Sweden                    |                  2 976 |                   3 094 |
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| Baltics                   |                  1 861 |                   1 804 |
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In addition, Sokolów had an average of 5 665 (5 691) employees.                 


Analysis of employees by country:                                               
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|                           |              30.9.2010 |               30.9.2009 |
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| Sweden                    |                 37.2 % |                  38.4 % |
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| Finland                   |                 32.2 % |                  32.1 % |
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| Estonia                   |                 21.9 % |                  22.2 % |
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| Latvia                    |                  4.2 % |                   2.9 % |
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| Poland (Scan)             |                  2.9 % |                   3.1 % |
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| Other countries           |                  1.5 % |                   1.3 % |
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RISKS AND UNCERTAINTY FACTORS IN THE NEAR FUTURE                                

The most significant uncertainty factors in the HKScan Group's business involve 
developments in the price of raw materials, in future possibly also the         
availability of these. Market area-specific uncertainty factors have to do      
especially with the success of the business development programmes in Finland   
and Sweden.                                                                     

The international economic situation is stabilising. Ongoing major fluctuations 
in the Group's central currencies may affect the Group's net sales, earnings and
balance sheet.                                                                  

Changes in demand attributable to the financial climate such as, for example,   
growing unemployment, may occur in the Group's market areas or its export       
markets. These may erode Group net sales and earnings.                          

Any unforeseeable authorities procedures may hamper the company's business in   
its export markets.                                                             

The possibility of animal diseases can never be fully excluded in the food      
industry's raw meat supplies.                                                   

The Group is currently involved in certain legal proceedings and civil          
litigation. The cases remain pending but are estimated to have no significant   
impact on the Group's financial standing.                                       


EVENTS TAKING PLACE AFTER THE END OF THE REVIEW PERIOD                          

The Finnish Competition Authority has approved the plan of HKScan Finland Oy and
Järvi-Suomen Portti Osuuskunta to establish a new corporate entity. The company 
will continue the production of processed meats at Portti's plant located in    
Tikkala in the town of Mikkeli. The aim is for the new company to begin         
operations not later than at the turn of 2010/2011. Järvi-Suomen Portti is a    
minority shareholder in the new company. The company will continue in the       
consumer market as a separate company with its own brands. The business will be 
managed locally and the company will have its own sales organization.           
As announced in the summer, the transaction includes the production machinery   
and business at the Tikkala plant as well as Järvi-Suomen Portti's brands. The  
plant in Mikkeli is to be made available through a long-term lease. Personnel   
affected by the arrangement will transfer to the new company as ‘old employees',
i.e. with the terms of their employment unchanged.                              


FUTURE OUTLOOK                                                                  

Consumer demand for food is expected to continue to remain steady in the Group's
home markets. Success in Christmas sales − which are traditionally strong in the
company − is crucial in terms of overall performance for the year. The balanced 
situation in the business and the streamlining programmes already launched and  
planned provide the foundation for the stronger development of the Group's      
competitiveness and profitability.                                              

With performance in the first half of the year falling markedly short of the    
same a year ago, the Group's full-year EBIT exclusive of non-recurring items is 
estimated to be at a level somewhat lower than in 2009.                         


CONSOLIDATED FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 1 January - 30 September 2010                 


CONSOLIDATED INCOME STATEMENT                                                   
(EUR million)                                                                   
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|                 | Note | Q3/2010 | Q3/2009 | Q1-Q3/10 | Q1-Q3/09 |      2009 |
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|                 |      |         |         |          |          |           |
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| NET SALES       |      |   532,4 |   533,5 |  1 518,3 |  1 567,2 |   2 124,7 |
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| Operating       | 1.   |  -497.7 |  -504.0 | -1 441.7 | -1 488.2 |  -2 013.3 |
| income and      |      |         |         |          |          |           |
| expenses        |      |         |         |          |          |           |
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| Share of profit |      |     0.3 |     0.6 |      1.1 |      0.8 |       0.9 |
| of associates   |      |         |         |          |          |           |
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| Depreciation    | 1.   |   -16.2 |   -16.0 |    -45.3 |    -43.2 |     -57.2 |
| and impairment  |      |         |         |          |          |           |
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| EBIT            |      |    18.8 |    14.1 |     32.3 |     36.6 |      55.1 |
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| Financial       |      |     2.0 |    1.8  |      5.5 |     4.9  |       5.2 |
| income          |      |         |         |          |          |           |
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| Financial       |      |    -5.1 |    -5.6 |    -14.8 |    -21.0 |     -24.9 |
| expenses        |      |         |         |          |          |           |
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| Share of profit |      |     0.8 |     0.5 |      2.3 |      1.4 |       2.0 |
| of associates   |      |         |         |          |          |           |
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| PROFIT/LOSS     |      |    16.5 |    10.8 |     25.3 |     21.9 |      37.3 |
| BEFORE TAXES    |      |         |         |          |          |           |
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| Income taxes    |      |    -2.7 |    -1.1 |     -3.3 |     -3.3 |      -4.9 |
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| PROFIT/LOSS FOR |      |    13.8 |     9.8 |     22.0 |     18.7 |      32.5 |
| THE PERIOD      |      |         |         |          |          |           |
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| PROFIT/LOSS FOR |      |         |         |          |          |           |
| THE PERIOD      |      |         |         |          |          |           |
| ATTRIBUTABLE    |      |         |         |          |          |           |
| TO:             |      |         |         |          |          |           |
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| Equity holders  |      |    12.9 |     9.1 |     19.9 |     16.7 |      29.9 |
| of the parent   |      |         |         |          |          |           |
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| Non-controlling |      |     0.9 |     0.7 |      2.1 |      2.0 |       2.6 |
| interests       |      |         |         |          |          |           |
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| Total           |      |    13.8 |     9.8 |     22.0 |     18.7 |      32.5 |
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Earnings per share calculated on profit attributable to equity holders of the   
parent:                                                                         

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| EPS, undiluted (EUR),  |    0.24 |    0.20  |     0.37 |    0.35  |     0.64 |
| continuing operations  |         |          |          |          |          |
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| EPS, diluted (EUR),    |    0.24 |     0.20 |     0.37 |    0.35  |     0.64 |
| continuing operations  |         |          |          |          |          |
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Per-share data has been adjusted for the share offering in 2009.                


CONSOLIDATED STATEMENT OF COMPREHENSIVE INCOME 1 JANUARY - 30 SEPTEMBER 2010    
(EUR million)                                                                   
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|                        | Q3/2010 |  Q3/2009 | Q1-Q3/10 | Q1-Q3/09 |     2009 |
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| PROFIT/LOSS FOR THE    |    13.8 |      9.8 |     22.0 |     18.7 |     32.5 |
| PERIOD                 |         |          |          |          |          |
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| OTHER COMPREHENSIVE    |         |          |          |          |          |
| INCOME                 |         |          |          |          |          |
| (after taxes):         |         |          |          |          |          |
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| Exchange differences   |     5.5 |      4.6 |     12.5 |     1.0  |      1.8 |
| on translating foreign |         |          |          |          |          |
| operations             |         |          |          |          |          |
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| Available-for-sale     |     0.0 |      0.2 |      0.0 |      0.1 |      0.4 |
| investments            |         |          |          |          |          |
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| Cash flow hedging      |     0.0 |    -0.3  |     -3.9 |      0.2 |     -7.1 |
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| TOTAL OTHER            |     5.5 |      4.6 |      8.6 |      1.3 |     -4.8 |
| COMPREHENSIVE INCOME   |         |          |          |          |          |
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| TOTAL COMPREHENSIVE    |    19.3 |     14.4 |     30.7 |    20.0  |     27.6 |
| INCOME FOR THE PERIOD  |         |          |          |          |          |
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| TOTAL COMPREHENSIVE    |         |          |          |          |          |
| INCOME FOR THE PERIOD  |         |          |          |          |          |
| ATTRIBUTABLE TO:       |         |          |          |          |          |
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| Equity holders of the  |    18.1 |    13.4  |     28.0 |    17.7  |     24.8 |
| parent                 |         |          |          |          |          |
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| Non-controlling        |     1.2 |     1.0  |      2.7 |     2.2  |      2.8 |
| interests              |         |          |          |          |          |
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| Total                  |    19.3 |    14.4  |     30.7 |    20.0  |     27.6 |
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CONSOLIDATED BALANCE SHEET                                                      
(EUR million)                                                                   
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|                          |   Note |    30.9.2010 |   30.9.2009 |  31.12.2009 |
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| ASSETS                   |        |              |             |             |
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| NON-CURRENT ASSETS       |        |              |             |             |
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| Intangible assets        |     2. |         71.4 |        64.3 |        65.7 |
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| Goodwill                 |     3. |         95.4 |        85.3 |        88.2 |
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| Property, plant and      |     4. |        490.0 |       467.5 |       469.1 |
| equipment                |        |              |             |             |
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| Holdings in associates   |        |         25.8 |        20.3 |        20.9 |
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| Trade and other          |        |         23.0 |        21.6 |        18.2 |
| receivables              |        |              |             |             |
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| Available-for-sale       |        |         11.8 |        10.6 |        10.5 |
| investments              |        |              |             |             |
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| Deferred tax asset       |        |         13.3 |        10.5 |        12.3 |
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| NON-CURRENT ASSETS       |        |        730.6 |       680.0 |       685.0 |
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| CURRENT ASSETS           |        |              |             |             |
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| Inventories              |     5. |        145.2 |       135.1 |       118.7 |
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| Trade and other          |        |        220.7 |       200.7 |       194.3 |
| receivables              |        |              |             |             |
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| Income tax receivable    |        |          3.3 |         1.4 |         0.2 |
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| Other financial assets   |        |          2.2 |         2.2 |         2.0 |
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| Cash and cash            |        |         58.7 |        49.1 |        73.9 |
| equivalents              |        |              |             |             |
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| CURRENT ASSETS           |        |        430.1 |       388.4 |       389.0 |
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| ASSETS                   |        |      1 160.7 |     1 068.4 |     1 074.0 |
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| EQUITY AND LIABILITIES   |        |              |             |             |
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| EQUITY                   |        |              |             |             |
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| Share capital            |     6. |         66.8 |        66.8 |        66.8 |
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| Share premium reserve    |        |         74.2 |        73.8 |        74.2 |
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| Treasury shares          |        |         -0.0 |        -0.0 |        -0.0 |
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| Fair value reserve and   |        |        144.5 |        99.7 |       149.7 |
| other reserves           |        |              |             |             |
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| Translation differences  |        |         -1.4 |       -14.0 |       -13.1 |
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| Retained earnings        |        |        120.6 |        99.4 |       111.6 |
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| Equity attributable to   |        |        404.6 |       325.6 |       389.3 |
| equity holders of the    |        |              |             |             |
| parent                   |        |              |             |             |
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| Non-controlling          |        |         10.4 |         6.2 |         9.4 |
| interests                |        |              |             |             |
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| EQUITY                   |        |        415.1 |       331.8 |       398.7 |
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| NON-CURRENT LIABILITIES  |        |              |             |             |
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| Deferred tax liability   |        |         33.6 |        33.5 |        32.2 |
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| Non-current              |        |        357.7 |       425.0 |       329.9 |
| interest-bearing         |        |              |             |             |
| liabilities              |        |              |             |             |
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| Non-current non-interest |        |          4.8 |         4.5 |         5.9 |
| bearing liabilities      |        |              |             |             |
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| Pension obligations      |        |          3.1 |         3.5 |         3.6 |
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| Non-current provisions   |        |          3.0 |         3.5 |         8.5 |
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| NON-CURRENT LIABILITIES  |        |        402.2 |       470.0 |       380.1 |
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| CURRENT LIABILITIES      |        |              |             |             |
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| Current interest-bearing |        |        101.1 |        58.6 |        87.5 |
| liabilities              |        |              |             |             |
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| Trade and other payables |        |        235.3 |       204.8 |       202.0 |
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| Income tax liability     |        |          3.8 |         0.4 |         2.7 |
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| Current provisions       |        |          3.3 |         2.7 |         2.8 |
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| CURRENT LIABILITIES      |        |        343.5 |       266.5 |       295.1 |
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| EQUITY AND LIABILITIES   |        |      1 160.7 |     1 068.4 |     1 074.0 |
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STATEMENT OF CHANGES IN CONSOLIDATED EQUITY                                     
(EUR million)                                                                   
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|       |  1. | 2. |  3. |  4. | 5. | 6. |  7. |  8. |  9. | 10. |  11. |  12. |
|       |     |    |     |     | *) |    |     |     |     |     |      |      |
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| EQUIT | 66. | 74 | -8. | 143 | 0. | 14 | -13 | 0.0 | 111 | 389 |  9.4 | 398. |
| Y AT  |   8 | .2 |   4 |  .5 |  0 | .6 |  .1 |     |  .6 |  .3 |      |    7 |
| 01.01 |     |    |     |     |    |    |     |     |     |     |      |      |
| .10   |     |    |     |     |    |    |     |     |     |     |      |      |
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| Incom |     | -0 | -3. |     |    | -0 | 11. |     | 20. | 28. |  2.7 | 30.7 |
| e and |     | .1 |   8 |     |    | .5 |   7 |     |   7 |   0 |      |      |
| expen |     |    |     |     |    |    |     |     |     |     |      |      |
| ses   |     |    |     |     |    |    |     |     |     |     |      |      |
| recog |     |    |     |     |    |    |     |     |     |     |      |      |
| nized |     |    |     |     |    |    |     |     |     |     |      |      |
| durin |     |    |     |     |    |    |     |     |     |     |      |      |
| g the |     |    |     |     |    |    |     |     |     |     |      |      |
| perio |     |    |     |     |    |    |     |     |     |     |      |      |
| d,    |     |    |     |     |    |    |     |     |     |     |      |      |
| total |     |    |     |     |    |    |     |     |     |     |      |      |
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| Share |     | 0. |     |     |    |    |     |     |     | 0.1 |      |  0.1 |
| -base |     |  1 |     |     |    |    |     |     |     |     |      |      |
| d     |     |    |     |     |    |    |     |     |     |     |      |      |
| compe |     |    |     |     |    |    |     |     |     |     |      |      |
| nsati |     |    |     |     |    |    |     |     |     |     |      |      |
| on    |     |    |     |     |    |    |     |     |     |     |      |      |
| expen |     |    |     |     |    |    |     |     |     |     |      |      |
| se    |     |    |     |     |    |    |     |     |     |     |      |      |
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| Other |     |    |     |     |    | -1 |     |     |     | -1. |  0.0 | -1.0 |
| chang |     |    |     |     |    | .0 |     |     |     | 0   |      |      |
| e     |     |    |     |     |    |    |     |     |     |     |      |      |
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| Direc |     |    |     |     |    |    |     |     | 0.1 | 0.1 | -0.2 | -0.1 |
| t     |     |    |     |     |    |    |     |     |     |     |      |      |
| recog |     |    |     |     |    |    |     |     |     |     |      |      |
| nitio |     |    |     |     |    |    |     |     |     |     |      |      |
| n in  |     |    |     |     |    |    |     |     |     |     |      |      |
| retai |     |    |     |     |    |    |     |     |     |     |      |      |
| ned   |     |    |     |     |    |    |     |     |     |     |      |      |
| earni |     |    |     |     |    |    |     |     |     |     |      |      |
| ngs   |     |    |     |     |    |    |     |     |     |     |      |      |
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| Trans |     |    |     |     |    |    |     |     |     | 0.0 |      |  0.0 |
| fers  |     |    |     |     |    |    |     |     |     |     |      |      |
| betwe |     |    |     |     |    |    |     |     |     |     |      |      |
| en    |     |    |     |     |    |    |     |     |     |     |      |      |
| items |     |    |     |     |    |    |     |     |     |     |      |      |
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| Share |     |    |     |     |    |    |     |     |     | 0.0 |      |  0.0 |
| issue |     |    |     |     |    |    |     |     |     |     |      |      |
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| Purch |     |    |     |     |    |    |     |     |     | 0.0 |      |  0.0 |
| ase   |     |    |     |     |    |    |     |     |     |     |      |      |
| of    |     |    |     |     |    |    |     |     |     |     |      |      |
| treas |     |    |     |     |    |    |     |     |     |     |      |      |
| ury   |     |    |     |     |    |    |     |     |     |     |      |      |
| share |     |    |     |     |    |    |     |     |     |     |      |      |
| s     |     |    |     |     |    |    |     |     |     |     |      |      |
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| Incre |     |    |     |     |    |    |     |     | 0.0 | 0.0 | -0.1 | -0.1 |
| ase   |     |    |     |     |    |    |     |     |     |     |      |      |
| in    |     |    |     |     |    |    |     |     |     |     |      |      |
| holdi |     |    |     |     |    |    |     |     |     |     |      |      |
| ngs   |     |    |     |     |    |    |     |     |     |     |      |      |
| in    |     |    |     |     |    |    |     |     |     |     |      |      |
| subsi |     |    |     |     |    |    |     |     |     |     |      |      |
| diari |     |    |     |     |    |    |     |     |     |     |      |      |
| es    |     |    |     |     |    |    |     |     |     |     |      |      |
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| Divid |     |    |     |     |    |    |     |     | -11 | -11 | -1.4 | -13. |
| end   |     |    |     |     |    |    |     |     |  .9 |  .9 |      |    2 |
| distr |     |    |     |     |    |    |     |     |     |     |      |      |
| ibuti |     |    |     |     |    |    |     |     |     |     |      |      |
| on    |     |    |     |     |    |    |     |     |     |     |      |      |
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| EQUIT | 66. | 74 | -12 | 143 | 0. | 13 | -1. | 0.0 | 120 | 404 | 10.4 | 415. |
| Y AT  |   8 | .2 |  .2 |  .5 |  0 | .1 |   4 |     |  .6 |  .6 |      |    1 |
| 30.09 |     |    |     |     |    |    |     |     |     |     |      |      |
| .10   |     |    |     |     |    |    |     |     |     |     |      |      |
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|       |  1. | 2. |  3. |  4. | 5. | 6. |  7. |  8. |  9. | 10. |  11. |  12. |
|       |     |    |     |     | *) |    |     |     |     |     |      |      |
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| EQUIT | 66. | 73 | -2. | 66. | 20 | 12 | -15 | 0.0 | 97. | 318 |  5.4 | 323. |
| Y AT  |   8 | .5 |   2 |   7 | .0 | .2 |  .8 |     |   0 |  .2 |      |    7 |
| 01.01 |     |    |     |     |    |    |     |     |     |     |      |      |
| .09   |     |    |     |     |    |    |     |     |     |     |      |      |
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| Incom |     | -0 | 0.3 |     |    | -0 | 1.8 |     | 15. | 17. |  2.2 | 20.0 |
| e and |     | .1 |     |     |    | .3 |     |     |   9 |   7 |      |      |
| expen |     |    |     |     |    |    |     |     |     |     |      |      |
| ses   |     |    |     |     |    |    |     |     |     |     |      |      |
| recog |     |    |     |     |    |    |     |     |     |     |      |      |
| nized |     |    |     |     |    |    |     |     |     |     |      |      |
| durin |     |    |     |     |    |    |     |     |     |     |      |      |
| g the |     |    |     |     |    |    |     |     |     |     |      |      |
| perio |     |    |     |     |    |    |     |     |     |     |      |      |
| d,    |     |    |     |     |    |    |     |     |     |     |      |      |
| total |     |    |     |     |    |    |     |     |     |     |      |      |
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| Share |     | 0. |     |     |    |    |     |     |     | 0.4 |      |  0.4 |
| -base |     |  4 |     |     |    |    |     |     |     |     |      |      |
| d     |     |    |     |     |    |    |     |     |     |     |      |      |
| compe |     |    |     |     |    |    |     |     |     |     |      |      |
| nsati |     |    |     |     |    |    |     |     |     |     |      |      |
| on    |     |    |     |     |    |    |     |     |     |     |      |      |
| expen |     |    |     |     |    |    |     |     |     |     |      |      |
| se    |     |    |     |     |    |    |     |     |     |     |      |      |
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| Other |     |    |     |     |    |    |     |     |     | 0.0 | -0.1 | -0.1 |
| chang |     |    |     |     |    |    |     |     |     |     |      |      |
| e     |     |    |     |     |    |    |     |     |     |     |      |      |
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| Direc |     |    |     |     |    |    |     |     | -1. | -1. |      | -1.3 |
| t     |     |    |     |     |    |    |     |     |   3 |   3 |      |      |
| recog |     |    |     |     |    |    |     |     |     |     |      |      |
| nitio |     |    |     |     |    |    |     |     |     |     |      |      |
| n in  |     |    |     |     |    |    |     |     |     |     |      |      |
| retai |     |    |     |     |    |    |     |     |     |     |      |      |
| ned   |     |    |     |     |    |    |     |     |     |     |      |      |
| earni |     |    |     |     |    |    |     |     |     |     |      |      |
| ngs** |     |    |     |     |    |    |     |     |     |     |      |      |
| )     |     |    |     |     |    |    |     |     |     |     |      |      |
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| Trans |     |    | 0.6 |     |    | 2. |     |     | -2. | 0.0 |      |  0.0 |
| fers  |     |    |     |     |    |  2 |     |     |   9 |     |      |      |
| betwe |     |    |     |     |    |    |     |     |     |     |      |      |
| en    |     |    |     |     |    |    |     |     |     |     |      |      |
| items |     |    |     |     |    |    |     |     |     |     |      |      |
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| Share |     |    |     |     |    |    |     |     |     |     |      |      |
| issue |     |    |     |     |    |    |     |     |     |     |      |      |
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| Purch |     |    |     |     |    |    |     |     |     | 0.0 |      |  0.0 |
| ase   |     |    |     |     |    |    |     |     |     |     |      |      |
| of    |     |    |     |     |    |    |     |     |     |     |      |      |
| treas |     |    |     |     |    |    |     |     |     |     |      |      |
| ury   |     |    |     |     |    |    |     |     |     |     |      |      |
| share |     |    |     |     |    |    |     |     |     |     |      |      |
| s     |     |    |     |     |    |    |     |     |     |     |      |      |
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| Incre |     |    |     |     |    |    |     |     |     | 0.0 | -0.6 | -0.6 |
| ase   |     |    |     |     |    |    |     |     |     |     |      |      |
| in    |     |    |     |     |    |    |     |     |     |     |      |      |
| holdi |     |    |     |     |    |    |     |     |     |     |      |      |
| ngs   |     |    |     |     |    |    |     |     |     |     |      |      |
| in    |     |    |     |     |    |    |     |     |     |     |      |      |
| subsi |     |    |     |     |    |    |     |     |     |     |      |      |
| diari |     |    |     |     |    |    |     |     |     |     |      |      |
| es    |     |    |     |     |    |    |     |     |     |     |      |      |
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| Divid |     |    |     |     |    |    |     |     | -9. | -9. | -0.8 | -10. |
| end   |     |    |     |     |    |    |     |     |   4 |   4 |      |    2 |
| distr |     |    |     |     |    |    |     |     |     |     |      |      |
| ibuti |     |    |     |     |    |    |     |     |     |     |      |      |
| on    |     |    |     |     |    |    |     |     |     |     |      |      |
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| EQUIT | 66. | 73 | -1. | 66. | 20 | 14 | -14 | 0.0 | 99. | 325 |  6.2 | 331. |
| Y AT  |   8 | .8 |   3 |   7 | .0 | .2 |  .0 |     |   4 |  .6 |      |    8 |
| 30.09 |     |    |     |     |    |    |     |     |     |     |      |      |
| .09   |     |    |     |     |    |    |     |     |     |     |      |      |
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COLUMNS: 1. Share capital, 2. Share premium reserve, 3. Revaluation reserve, 4. 
Reserve for invested unrestricted equity (RIUE), 5. Other equity item, 6. Other 
reserves, 7. Translation differences, 8. Treasury shares, 9. Retained earnings, 
10. Equity holders of the parent, 11. Non-controlling interests, 12. Total      

*) Comprising a hybrid bond classified as equity                                
**) Comprising interest paid on hybrid bond                                     

In the interim reports for 2009, the company reported re-measurement of net     
investment hedges in the revaluation reserve. In the financial statements for   
2009, the manner of reporting has been changed and hedging is recognized as an  
adjustment to translation differences. The figures for the comparison year have 
been modified to correspond to the current practice.                            


CASH FLOW STATEMENT                                                             
(EUR million)                                                                   
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|                                  |     1-9/2010 |     1-9/2009 |   1-12/2009 |
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| Operating activities             |              |              |             |
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| EBIT                             |         32.3 |         36.6 |        55.1 |
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| Adjustments to EBIT              |        -7.8  |         -1.0 |        -0.4 |
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| Depreciation and amortization    |         45.3 |         43.2 |        57.2 |
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| Change in provisions             |         -6.1 |          2.8 |         7.6 |
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| Change in net working capital    |        -29.0 |        -11.5 |         2.5 |
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| Financial income                 |          5.5 |          4.9 |         5.2 |
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| Financial expenses               |        -14.8 |        -21.0 |       -24.9 |
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| Taxes                            |         -3.3 |         -3.3 |        -4.9 |
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| Net cash flow from operating     |        22.1  |         50.7 |        97.4 |
| activities                       |              |              |             |
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| Investing activities             |              |              |             |
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| Gross investments in property,   |        -50.8 |        -32.7 |       -43.7 |
| plant and equipment              |              |              |             |
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| Disposals of property, plant and |         8.0  |          1.7 |         2.9 |
| equipment                        |              |              |             |
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| Investments in subsidiary        |         -1.3 |         -0.9 |        -4.7 |
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| Shares in associates purchased   |         -1.7 |          0.0 |        -0.3 |
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| Shares in associates sold        |          0.2 |          0.0 |         0.0 |
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| Loans granted                    |         -1.3 |          0.0 |         0.0 |
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| Repayments of loans receivable   |          1.1 |          0.3 |         5.1 |
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| Net cash flow from investing     |       -45.8  |        -31.8 |       -40.8 |
| activities                       |              |              |             |
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| Cash flow before financing       |        -23.7 |         18.9 |        56.6 |
| activities                       |              |              |             |
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| Financing activities             |              |              |             |
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| Proceeds from share offering     |          0.0 |          0.0 |        76.8 |
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| Repayments of hybrid bond        |          0.0 |          0.0 |       -20.0 |
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| Current borrowings raised        |        110.3 |         44.0 |        46.6 |
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| Current borrowings repaid        |        -98.8 |        -51.5 |       -82.3 |
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| Non-current borrowings raised    |         33.3 |         16.7 |        74.7 |
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| Non-current borrowings repaid    |        -27.8 |        -61.4 |      -160.8 |
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| Interest on hybrid bond          |          0.0 |         -1.3 |        -2.1 |
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| Dividends paid                   |        -11.9 |         -9.4 |        -9.4 |
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| Purchase of treasury shares      |          0.0 |          0.0 |         0.0 |
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| Net cash flow from financing     |          5.1 |        -62.9 |       -76.5 |
| activities                       |              |              |             |
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| Change in cash and cash          |        -18.6 |        -44.0 |       -19.9 |
| equivalents                      |              |              |             |
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| Cash and cash equivalents at     |         75.9 |         94.4 |        94.4 |
| 1.1.                             |              |              |             |
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| Effect of changes in exchange    |          3.6 |          0.8 |         1.4 |
| rates on cash and cash           |              |              |             |
| equivalents                      |              |              |             |
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| Cash and cash equivalents at     |         60.9 |         51.3 |        75.9 |
| 30.9.                            |              |              |             |
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FINANCIAL INDICATORS                                                            
Per-share data has been adjusted for the share offering in 2009.                
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|                                  |    30.9.2010 |    30.9.2009 |  31.12.2009 |
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| EPS, undiluted, EUR              |         0.37 |        0.35  |        0.64 |
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| EPS, diluted, EUR                |         0.37 |        0.35  |        0.64 |
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| Equity per share at 30 Sept, EUR |         7.50 |        7.30  |        7.21 |
| 1)                               |              |              |             |
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| Equity ratio, %                  |         35.8 |         31.1 |        37.1 |
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| Adjusted average                 |              |              |             |
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| number of shares, mill.          |         54.0 |         39.3 |        44.9 |
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| Gross capital expenditure        |              |              |             |
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| on property, plant and           |         52.2 |         33.8 |        41.3 |
| equipment, EUR million           |              |              |             |
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| Employees, end of month          |              |              |             |
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| average                          |        7 342 |        7 301 |       7 429 |
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1) Excluding minority's share of equity.                                        


NOTES TO THE GROUP'S INTERIM REPORT                                             
ACCOUNTING POLICIES                                                             
HKScan Corporation's interim report for 1 January - 30 September 2010 has been  
prepared in compliance with IAS 34 Interim Financial Reporting. The same        
accounting principles have been applied in the interim report as in the annual  
financial statements for 2009. These accounting principles are explained in the 
financial statements for 2009.                                                  

As of 1 January 2010, the Group has adopted the following new IFRS standards and
interpretations:                                                                

Revised IAS 27. Consolidated and Separate Financial Statements (effective for   
annual periods beginning on or after 1 July 2009). The revised standard requires
the effects of changes in subsidiary ownership to be recognized directly in     
Group equity when the parent entity retains control. If control in the          
subsidiary is lost, any remaining investment is measured to fair value and any  
difference recognized in profit or loss. A corresponding accounting treatment   
will in future apply also to investments in associates (IAS 28) and interests in
joint ventures (IAS 31) As a result of the revision, the losses of a subsidiary 
can be allocated to the minority also when the losses exceed the minority's     
investment.                                                                     


ANALYSIS BY SEGMENT (EUR million)                                               
Net sales and EBIT by main market area                                          

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|                      | Q3/2010 |  Q3/2009 |  Q1-Q3/10 | Q1-Q3/09  |     2009 |
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| NET SALES            |         |          |           |           |          |
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| -Finland             |   179.0 |    181.6 |     520.3 |     547.2 |    732.5 |
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| -Sweden              |   249.8 |    256.2 |     722.1 |     759.1 |  1 037.4 |
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| -Baltics             |    42.3 |     40.5 |     118.4 |     118.8 |    156.9 |
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| -Poland              |    76.9 |     69.2 |     206.8 |     186.5 |    251.7 |
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| -Between segments    |   -15.7 |    -14.1 |     -49.3 |     -44.4 |    -53.9 |
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| Group total          |   532.4 |    533.5 |   1 518.3 |   1 567.2 |  2 124.7 |
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| EBIT                 |         |          |           |           |          |
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| -Finland             |     6.8 |      7.7 |       6.0 |      20.6 |     27.0 |
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| -Sweden              |     6.6 |      2.5 |      12.3 |       7.6 |     16.7 |
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| -Baltics             |     2.5 |      3.4 |       6.9 |       7.9 |      9.8 |
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| -Poland              |     4.3 |      2.2 |      12.5 |       6.4 |      9.3 |
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| -Between segments    |     0.0 |      0.0 |       0.0 |       0.0 |      0.0 |
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| Segments total       |    20.2 |     15.8 |      37.8 |      42.5 |     62.8 |
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| -Group admin. costs  |    -1.5 |     -1.7 |  **) -5.4 |   *) -5.8 |   *)-7.7 |
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| Group total          |    18.8 |     14.1 |      32.3 |      36.6 |     55.1 |
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*) Includes EUR 1.3 million in non-recurring severance pay relating to the      
termination of the former CEO's employment and recognized in Q1.                
**) Includes a non-recurring expense of EUR 0.9 million recognized in Q2 and    
arising from soil decontamination at the Turku plant sold in late 2006.         


NOTES TO THE INCOME STATEMENT                                                   

NON-RECURRING ITEMS                                                             
(EUR million)                                                                   
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|                        | Q3/2010 | Q3/2009 |  Q1-Q3/10 |  Q1-Q3/09 |    2009 |
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| Employee benefits      |       - |    -0.9 |         - |      -5.0 |   -10.8 |
| expenses *)            |         |         |           |           |         |
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| Depreciation and       |       - |    -1.9 |         - |      -1.9 |    -1.9 |
| impairment **)         |         |         |           |           |         |
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| Soil decontamination   |      -  |       - |      -0.9 |         - |       - |
| expense on sold land   |         |         |           |           |         |
| *)                     |         |         |           |           |         |
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| Gains on disposal of   |    7.9  |       - |      7.9  |         - |       - |
| production facilities  |         |         |           |           |         |
| *)                     |         |         |           |           |         |
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| Total non-recurring    |     7.9 |    -2.8 |      7.0  |      -6.9 |   -12.7 |
| items                  |         |         |           |           |         |
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*) Included in the income statement in the item “Operating income and expenses”.
**) Included in the income statement in the item “Depreciation and impairment”. 


NOTES TO THE BALANCE SHEET                                                      


2. CHANGES IN INTANGIBLE ASSETS                                                 
(EUR million)                                                                   
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|                                   |  Q1-Q3/2010 |   Q1-Q3/2009 |        2009 |
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| Carrying amount at beginning of   |        65.7 |         57.8 |        57.8 |
| period                            |             |              |             |
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| Translation differences           |         7.1 |          3.1 |         3.0 |
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| Increase                          |         0.6 |          1.5 |         2.8 |
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| Increase (acquisitions)           |         0.0 |          0.0 |         2.0 |
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| Decrease                          |        -0.1 |          0.0 |         0.0 |
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| Depreciation and impairment       |        -2.4 |         -1.9 |        -2.7 |
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| Transfer to other balance sheet   |         0.5 |          3.8 |         2.8 |
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| Carrying amount at end of period  |        71.4 |         64.3 |        65.7 |
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3. CHANGES IN GOODWILL                                                          
(EUR million)                                                                   
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|                                   |  Q1-Q3/2010 |   Q1-Q3/2009 |        2009 |
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| Carrying amount at beginning of   |        88.2 |         81.7 |        81.7 |
| period                            |             |              |             |
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| Translation differences           |         4.1 |          1.8 |         1.6 |
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| Increase                          |         0.0 |          1.8 |         1.9 |
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| Increase (acquisitions)           |         3.1 |          0.0 |         3.0 |
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| Decrease                          |         0.0 |          0.0 |         0.0 |
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| Depreciation and impairment       |         0.0 |          0.0 |         0.0 |
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| Transfer to other balance sheet   |         0.0 |          0.0 |         0.0 |
| item                              |             |              |             |
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| Carrying amount at end of period  |        95.4 |         85.3 |        88.2 |
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4. CHANGES IN PROPERTY, PLANT AND EQUIPMENT                                     
(EUR million)                                                                   
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|                                   |  Q1-Q3/2010 |   Q1-Q3/2009 |        2009 |
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| Carrying amount at beginning of   |       469.1 |        479.3 |       479.3 |
| period                            |             |              |             |
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| Translation differences           |        15.6 |          4.3 |         6.6 |
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| Increase                          |        48.2 |         31.6 |        41.2 |
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| Increase (acquisitions)           |         6.0 |          0.0 |         3.8 |
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| Decrease                          |        -4.4 |         -1.8 |        -3.3 |
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| Depreciation and impairment       |       -44.0 |        -42.1 |       -55.8 |
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| Transfer to other balance sheet   |        -0.5 |         -3.8 |        -2.6 |
| item                              |             |              |             |
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| Carrying amount at end of period  |       490.0 |        467.5 |       469.1 |
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5. INVENTORIES                                                                  
(EUR million)                                                                   
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|                                   |  Q1-Q3/2010 |   Q1-Q3/2009 |        2009 |
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| Materials and supplies            |        89.4 |         82.8 |        73.9 |
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| Unfinished products               |         8.9 |          7.8 |         7.1 |
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| Finished products                 |        31.6 |         30.2 |        23.7 |
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| Goods                             |         0.2 |          0.1 |         0.0 |
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| Other inventories                 |         4.0 |          3.9 |         4.1 |
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| Prepayments                       |         3.3 |          2.1 |         2.1 |
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| Live animals, IFRS 41             |         7.7 |          8.2 |         7.6 |
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| Total inventories                 |       145.2 |        135.1 |       118.7 |
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6. NOTES TO EQUITY                                                              

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| Share       | Number of |    Share |    Share |    RIUE | Treasury |   Total |
| capital and | outstandi |  capital |  premium |     EUR |   shares |     EUR |
| share       | ng shares |      EUR |  reserve | million |     (EUR | million |
| premium     |           |  million |     (EUR |         | million) |         |
| reserve     |           |          | million) |         |          |         |
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| 1.1.2010    |    53 974 |     66.8 |     72.9 |   143.5 |      0.0 |   283.2 |
|             |       540 |          |          |         |          |         |
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| 30.9.2010   |    53 974 |     66.8 |     72.9 |   143.5 |      0.0 |   283.2 |
|             |       540 |          |          |         |          |         |
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RIUE = Reserve for invested unrestricted equity                                 

The company paid on 5 May 2010 dividends of EUR 0.22 per share for the financial
year 2009, a total of EUR 11 874 398.80.                                        


DERIVATIVE INSTRUMENT LIABILITIES                                               
(EUR million)                                                                   
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|                                     |  30.9.2010 |  30.9.2009 |   31.12.2009 |
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| Nominal values of derivative        |            |            |              |
| instruments                         |            |            |              |
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| Foreign exchange derivatives        |      101.8 |      104.7 |        104.6 |
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| Interest-rate derivatives           |      210.6 |      198.6 |        203.5 |
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| Electricity derivatives             |        9.9 |        9.2 |         10.8 |
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| Fair values of derivative           |            |            |              |
| instruments                         |            |            |              |
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| Foreign exchange derivatives        |        0.1 |       -0.3 |         -1.1 |
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| Interest-rate derivatives           |      -17.3 |      -17.0 |        -11.3 |
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| Electricity derivatives             |        0.1 |       -2.0 |         -0.6 |
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CONSOLIDATED OTHER CONTINGENT LIABILITIES                                       
(EUR million)                                                                   
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|                                     |  30.9.2010 |  30.9.2009 |   31.12.2009 |
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| Debts secured by                    |            |            |              |
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| pledges or mortgages                |            |            |              |
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| - loans from financial institutions |       32.7 |       35.9 |         33.9 |
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| Given as security                   |            |            |              |
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| - real estate mortgages             |       60.0 |       44.7 |         55.5 |
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| - pledges                           |       26.0 |       29.5 |         30.4 |
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| - floating charges                  |       18.8 |       17.1 |         20.7 |
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| For associates                      |            |            |              |
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| - guarantees                        |        5.1 |        5.5 |          5.0 |
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| For others                          |            |            |              |
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| - guarantees and pledges            |       11.7 |       12.8 |         12.4 |
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| Other contingencies                 |            |            |              |
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| Leasing commitments                 |       21.8 |       19.3 |         19.0 |
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| Rent liabilities                    |       41.3 |       40.0 |         40.6 |
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| Other commitments                   |        6.4 |        4.4 |          5.8 |
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BUSINESS TRANSACTIONS WITH RELATED PARTIES                                      
(EUR million)                                                                   
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|                                     | Q1-Q3/2010 | Q1-Q3/2009 |         2009 |
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| Sales to associates                 |       25.5 |       23.1 |         34.9 |
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| Purchases from associates           |       21.9 |       26.2 |         35.2 |
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| Trade and other receivables         |        1.7 |        1.8 |          2.5 |
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| Trade and other payables            |        7.8 |        9.0 |          8.5 |
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| Severance pay to the CEO            |        0.0 |        1.3 |          1.3 |
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The figures presented in the interim report are unaudited.                      


Vantaa, 5 November 2010                                                         

HKScan Corporation                                                              
Board of Directors                                                              



Further information is available from 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 Baltic countries 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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