High Liner Foods intent to acquire leading foodservices company
High Liner Foods Incorporated, a leading value-added frozen seafood company, announced that is has reached an agreement in principle to acquire a value-added foodservices company based in North America with annual revenues of approximately CDN$40 million, reports www.megafishnet.com with reference to High Liner Foods.
The transaction is expected to close sometime before December 31, 2010, subject to High Liner's completion of its due diligence process, final board approval and finalization of a formal purchase agreement.
About High Liner Foods Incorporated
High Liner Foods Incorporated is a leading North American processor and marketer of prepared, value-added frozen seafood. High Liner's branded products are sold throughout the United States, Canada and Mexico under the High Liner(®), Fisher Boy(®), Mirabel(® )and Sea CuisineTM labels, and are available in most grocery and club stores. The Company also sells its High Liner(®), FPI(®) and Mirabel(®) food service products to restaurants and institutions, and is a major supplier of private label seafood products to North American food retailers and food service distributors. High Liner Foods is a publicly traded Canadian company, trading under the symbols HLF and HLF.A on the Toronto Stock Exchange.
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