Alasko Foods Inc. completes acquisition of FooDelicious Inc.
By Canadian Packaging staffGeneral acquisition of food processing company Alasko Foods Inc. FooDelicious Inc.
Acquisition provides additional production, warehouse and distribution opportunities for Alasko Foods.
MONTREAL—Alasko Foods Inc. has acquired FooDelicious Inc., adding an established Canadian foodservice brand and a best-in-class packing facility to its existing network and leading global supply chain for frozen fruits and vegetables.
Located in Ingersoll, Ont., FooDelicious is a Canadian-owned and operated importer, exporter, re-packer and distributor of frozen fruits and vegetables from around the world.
The FooDelicious facility will become an additional focal point of production, warehousing and distribution activity for Alasko Foods.
FooDelicious customers can count on a seamless transition and will benefit from Alasko Foods’ global network of 100+ agri-food producers and processors across 30 countries.
“We are delighted to welcome Dave Black and the entire FooDelicious team to the Alasko Foods family and we are looking forward to growing production at the FooDelicious facility” comments Alasko Foods chief executive officer Michael Vineberg upon closing the transaction.
The acquisition by Alasko Foods, one of North America’s leading suppliers of organic and conventional frozen produce, will enable the company to further strengthen its packing and distribution capabilities to service the needs of its customers.
Alasko Foods is a global leader in the sourcing and supply of conventional and organic frozen fruits and vegetables to the foodservice, industrial and retail channels across Canada. Its national customer base is supported by a dedicated sales team and serviced by distribution warehouses in Montreal, QC, Richmond, BC and Ingersoll, ON. The Alasko and FooDelicious facilities each have on-site lab testing capabilities and are CFIA-, NSF-GFTC– and EcoCert Organic-certified, with the highest food safety standards. More company information at www.alasko.com.
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