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Orior Acquires Swiss Tofu Producer

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Orior Acquires Swiss Tofu Producer

Orior Acquires Swiss Tofu Producer
May 03
11:57 2011

Swiss food group Orior, through its Fredag subsidiary, has acquired Bernatur, the leading tofu producer in Switzerland, for an undisclosed price. Bernatur employs approximately ten people and has a production site in Mels (Canton St Gallen). Fredag already produces a wide variety of vegetarian meat substitute products and Bernatur will complement its portfolio.

Orior specialises in the production and distribution of fresh convenience foods, including vegetarian delicatessen products and refined meats. With its Rapelli, Ticinella, Spiess, Le Patron, Pastinella and Natur Gourmet brands, Orior occupies significant positions in several fast growing niches in the Swiss retail and food service markets, as well as in selected sales channels in neighbouring countries. Orior achieved revenues of SFr506m (Eur395m) in 2010 and employs about 1,300 people.

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