Real Good Food acquires ISO2 Nutrition sports supplements brand
Posted: 10 December 2015 | | No comments yet
ISO2 Nutrition has developed a range of bodybuilding supplements, whey protein and sports nutrition products and are now one of the leading suppliers within the UK sports supplements market…
ISO2 Nutrition has developed a range of bodybuilding supplements, whey protein and sports nutrition products and are now one of the leading suppliers within the UK sports supplements market.
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Based in Swindon, the business will be integrated with Real Good Food’s Garrett Ingredients business, with whom they have enjoyed a long standing relationship as a customer.
Real Good Food is a diversified food business serving a number of market sectors including retail, manufacturing, wholesale, foodservice and export.
The company focuses on three main markets: cake decoration (Renshaw and Rainbow Dust Colours), food ingredients (Garrett Ingredients and R&W Scott) and premium bakery (Haydens).
ISO2 Nutrition acquisition complements Real Good Food’s ingredient businesses
Commenting on the acquisition, Pieter Totté, Executive Chairman of Real Good Food, said: “We are pleased to announce this acquisition, which is in line with our stated strategy of identifying and adding bolt-on businesses within our existing three pillars of cake decoration, premium bakery and in this instance food ingredients.
“Garrett’s has a long established relationship with the business and this enables us to enter a new and interesting channel, adding product and portfolio diversification, which is a deliberate move, as we decrease Garrett’s dependency on the dairy and sugar commodities markets.”