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Mergers and acquisitions: A growth strategy for food and beverage

Simplifying M&A in a changing food and beverage marketplace

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In 2018, there were more than 700 global deals in the food and beverage sector worth almost $150 billion. Mergers and acquisitions have become a key of part of the growth strategy for many food and beverage companies. M&A enables companies to add new products and meet the changing food preferences of today’s consumer.

Lori King, Stonewall Kitchen’s president and COO, discusses the role M&A—along with help from RSM—has played in their strategy.



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