The purchase of Butterball LLC by Maxwell Farms LLC and Seaboard Corporation has been finalized.
The purchase began with the execution of a buy/sell agreement initiated in March; the two buyers are now equal partners in the brand. “Butterball is an iconic brand name in the United States, representing superior quality, outstanding value and excellent customer service,” said Steve Bresky, Seaboard’s president and chief executive officer. “We look forward to our participation with the Butterball management team and the Maxwell group and bringing additional value to this great company.”
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Food Chain Innovation Valeron AVA radiant
barriers are energy-efficient radiant barriers for poultry houses. Valeron AVA
is a lining material with two reflective aluminum surfaces for optimizing
energy usage, helping to keep poultry cool in hot climate and conserving heat
in colder zones.
Doug Rauch, former president, Trader Joe’s, said “Trader Joe’s became to be a source for destination products,” which became a key component of its winning brand identity.
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