Strong Roots seeks to weed out US shareholder in multimillion-euro deal
A bitter dispute has been settled and the Irish food company says it is attracting ‘overwhelming’ interest from alternative investors
Strong Roots, the Irish plant-based frozen food company, is on the verge of agreeing a multimillion euro deal to remove Goode Partners as a minority shareholder from the company, the Business Post has learned.
The move is expected to be announced in the coming weeks and will involve Goode Partners, a US-based private equity fund, offloading its 38 per cent stake to a new investor following a bitter shareholder dispute with Sam Dennigan,...
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