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Roland Foods expands to the bakery foodservice sector with strategic acquisition

In addition to the company’s ambient food portfolio, frozen and chilled lines will be added for the first time, including Ponthier’s chilled fruit juice pureé

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US-based processed food importer and distributor Roland Foods, owned by the private equity firm Vestar Capital Partners since 2013, recently acquired Albert Uster Imports (AUI), a bakery products supplier for foodservice in the US.

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