Steve Humphrey, owner of Tuber Group Limited, has made a complex acquisition to become the owner of fresh produce processor My Fresh, a subsidiary of William Jackson Food Group, for an undisclosed sum.
Bedfordshire-based MyFresh has been part of the William Jackson Food Group since 2006 and is one of the UK’s largest processors and suppliers of freshly prepared vegetables to the business-to-business (B2B) and catering sector.
Mr. Humphrey said: “This latest acquisition marks an exciting new step in the development of Tuber Group as we continue to expand the range of food products we offer and optimize our global sourcing capabilities.
James Watson, CEO of William Jackson Food Group, said: “This sale represents a great opportunity for MyFresh to join a like-minded company with expertise in fresh produce that plans to invest and grow in new markets.
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James Legal’s managing director and solicitor, Simon Young, said: “Everyone has done their utmost on behalf of the Tuber Group, showing again how we continually go above and beyond to help our clients achieve their goals. commercial.”
Other advisers backing Tuber in the deal include Mike Stocks of Smailes Goldie Accountants in Hull and Phil Trueman of Reach Commercial Finance in Leeds.