Nutrition Capital Network has released its top mergers, acquisitions and financings in healthy foods, supplements, healthy retail, ingredients and supporting technologies.
Private equity firm scoops up brand of vegetarian burgers, hot dogs and other meatless frozen and refrigerated items.
Terms of the pasta company purchase call for $370 million in cash to be paid at the time of closing.
GlaxoSmithKline will sell Lucozade and Ribena to Japanese consumer goods company Suntory for £1.35 billion in cash.
Investment firm acquires Quality Ingredients' Wisconsin manufacturing site, dry blending equipment, formulas, technology and IP.
Chemsil develops and markets silicone-based formulations for personal care; Chemtec distributes personal care ingredients on the West Coast.
Leading supplier of cellulose-based insoluble fiber products for food and industrial applications was a portfolio company of Swander Pace Capital.
Vestar Capital Partners has signed a definitive agreement to acquire a majority interest in the Roland Foods family of companies.
Agreement dramatically increases TOLC’s frozen and refrigerated capabilities for retail, as well as its food service products.
Mayer’s corporate mission has been to become the leading producer of low moisture apple fiber products.