Unilever Completes Acquisition of Ingman Ice Cream

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Unilever Completes Acquisition of Ingman Ice Cream

Unilever Completes Acquisition of Ingman Ice Cream
December 22
09:47 2011
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Unilever has completed the acquisition of Ingman Ice Cream. The deal further strengthens Unilever’s competitive position in ice cream and is hghly complementary to Unilever’s existing portfolio of strong brands like Magnum, Cornetto and Carte d´Or.


Ingman Ice Cream employs around 700 people with production facilities in Sibbo (Finland), Ahus (Sweden), Mazeikiai (Lithuania) andGomel(Belarus). In 2010, Ingman Ice Cream brands generated annual sales of Eur70 million.


“Ingman Ice Cream brings a strong portfolio of locally produced iconic brands and a wide range of non-dairy, soy based and lactose free products which will have a perfect fit with Unilever as well as adding a unique local dimension to Unilever,” says Henri de Sauvage, chairman of Unilever Nordic.

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