SensoryEffects acquires creamer business

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ST. LOUIS – SensoryEffects, a supplier of customized food and beverage ingredients, announced plans to acquire the dairy and non-dairy creamer business of Quality Ingredients Corp., Burnsville, Minn. Financial terms of the transaction were not released.

The agreement includes a manufacturing plant in Marshfield, Wis., spray-drying and dry-blending equipment, formulas, technology, trademarks and intellectual property. SensoryEffects will leverage the spray-drying capabilities across four production sites. Creamers, whipped toppings, vegetable shortenings and other specialty dairy and non-dairy products will be integrated into the company’s Powder Systems division.

“We are excited to further our ability to deliver customized food and beverage ingredients by expanding our spray-drying capabilities, capacity and experience,” said Charles A. Nicolais, president and chief executive officer of SensoryEffects.

Following the divesture, Quality Ingredients Corp. will focus on its growing contract manufacturing business and specialty ingredients business.
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