Supreme Oil acquires Nashville facility
April 27, 2009
by FoodBusinessNews.net Staff
ENGLEWOOD, N.J. — Supreme Oil Company has acquired the former Mike Rose mayonnaise, dressing and sauce facility in Nashville, Tenn.
The acquisition will increase Supreme Oil’s ability to provide products, and the new facility together with facilities in New Jersey and Alabama, will produce vegetable oils, mayonnaise, salad dressings, margarine, butter blends, vinegar, barbeque and specialty sauces. The acquired facility is 200,000 square feet and will allow the company to increase production capability of private label brands.
"We have a vertically integrated manufacturing process that creates economy of scale in our operations," said Michael Leffler, president. "With this acquisition, we will also have a much larger bench of skilled professionals from R.&D. to customer service, enabling us to deliver the highest quality products the food service industry demands around the world."