Private equity firm acquires Robert Rothschild Farm

by Rebekah Schouten
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Robert Rothschild Farm manufactures gourmet sauces, dips and spreads for the specialty food industry.
 

CHICAGO — Glencoe Capital Management, L.L.C. has acquired Robert Rothschild Farm, manufacturer of gourmet sauces, dips and spreads for the specialty food industry. Financial terms of the transaction were not disclosed.

Glencoe plans to combine Rothschild with Clearbrook Farms, a premium fruit-based food manufacturer the company acquired in 2016.

“Rothschild has strong brand awareness and a focus on innovative products that are recognized as best-in-class within the specialty food market,” said David Evans, chairman and chief executive officer of Glencoe. “This is an investment in long-term growth. These two businesses are compelling specialty food providers with a strong future together, serving consumers’ rapidly growing desire for all-natural, premium food products.”

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Robert Rothschild Farm offers a variety of gluten-free, organic, non-G.M.O. and clean label products.
 

Based in Urbana, Ohio, Robert Rothschild Farm offers a variety of gluten-free, organic, non-G.M.O. and clean label products under such brands as Robert Rothschild Farm, Robert Rothschild Farm Fresh, Game Day Gourmet, Made in Napa Valley and Vineyard Pantry.

“Both Clearbrook and Rothschild have been innovators in the growing clean label, premium, specialty food and ingredient markets, and the added investment in the two organizations will bring expanded capabilities around innovation, new product offerings and consumer preferences to a diversified customer base,” Glencoe said. “Best-in-class service has been a hallmark for each of these businesses and will continue to be paramount in the future.” 

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