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CP Group subsidiary buys US-based Frozen Specialties Inc.

Ohio-based Frozen Specialties is a producer of frozen pizza and the Pizza Bites
Bellisio Foods, part of the Charoen Pokphand Group (CP Group), entered into a definitive agreement with Swander Pace Capital to acquire Frozen Specialties, Inc. (FSI), a producer of frozen pizza and the Pizza Bites brand.
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American Securities acquires CPM

American Securities L.L.C., a U.S. private equity firm, has closed on its acquisition of CPM Holdings Inc. in partnership with the company’s management team.
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Tyson Foods completes Keystone Foods acquisition

Purchase supports Tyson Foods’ valued-added and international growth strategies
Tyson Foods has successfully completed the acquisition of Keystone Foods from Marfrig Global Foods, Tyson Foods announced on November 30.
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Cargill acquires Colombian poultry company Campollo

Acquisition will grow Cargill’s Colombian poultry operations to better serve its Latin American customers, welcoming more than 2,500 new employees
Cargill has acquired Colombian-based Campollo, one of the country’s leading producers of chicken and protein products.
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Olymel acquisition of Pinty’s Delicious Foods finalized

With acquisition, Olymel now has 12 poultry plants in Canada
Canadian poultry and pork company Olymel has closed the transaction for the acquisition of all the shares of Pinty's Delicious Foods, an Ontario poultry slaughtering and processing company that specializes in fully cooked products and other related products.
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La Coop fédérée completes acquisition of Cargill assets

La Coop fédérée, an agri-food cooperative with establishments across Canada, has concluded, through its Agri-business Division, its acquisition of the grain and crop input assets of Cargill in Ontario after obtaining the approval of the Competition Bureau.
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