Australian Movenpick parlours acquired by Emerald Foods
New Zealand ice cream manufacturer, Emerald Foods, has acquired the Australian Movenpick ice cream parlour network from Peters Ice Cream.
The acquisition price has not been disclosed.
Emerald Foods already represents Movenpick in New Zealand a number of other ice cream brands including New Zealand Natural.
Damian Isbister, Executive Director of Emerald Foods Australia, said Emerald Foods has an established relationship with Movenpick.
“Our company already enjoys a wonderful relationship with Movenpick as their representative in the New Zealand market, where we operate a number of very successful Movenpick parlours,” he said.
There are 22 Movenpick parlours Australia-wide. Peters Ice Cream will still be responsible for all other Movenpick branded products within Australia.
Emerald Foods was established in 1985 and its ice cream is sold in over 30 different countries.
Outside of Movenpick and New Zealand Natural, Emerald Foods’ other ice cream brands include Killinchy Gold, Chateau, Zilch and Like Licks.
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