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Squarefield acted as exclusive financial advisor to Bracamonte Convenient Kitchen on the acquisition of Sushi Ran

On June 28, 2019, our client Bracamonte Convenient Kitchen (“BCK”) announced it has completed the acquisition of Sushi Ran, producer of Japanese specialties including sushi, based in Leimuiden.

With the acquisition, the parties are joining forces in the areas of product development and commerce. BCK and Sushi Ran have the ambition to develop new products and sales channels together.

“Sushi is increasingly seen as a healthy choice for a lunch or ready-made meal. We also see a growing interest in dishes inspired by Japanese cuisine, such as poké salad bowls, ramen noodles, donburi rice meals or bento lunchboxes” says Sandrijn Poortman, CEO of BCK.

Just like Sushi Ran, BCK is a family business where quality is of paramount importance. Sushi Ran remains an independently operating company and the current management will continue the daily management after the acquisition.

Bracamonte Convenient Kitchen

Bracamonte Convenient Kitchen was established in 2004. Bracamonte Convenient Kitchen daily produces with more than 100 chefs fresh meals, sandwiches, yoghurts and salads for large caterers, companies, institutions and well-known chains. Innovation, long-term partnerships and, above all, taste are important values.

“Thanks to the excellent sector knowledge of Squarefield, we came in contact with Sushi Ran. Squarefield proves with their hands-on and decisive approach that it is possible to successfully close a transaction within a few months.”

Sandrijn Poortman – CEO BCK

Sushi Ran

Sushi Ran was founded in 1996 by Jun Tsujimaru. For twenty years, Sushi Ran has been supplying supermarkets and out-of-home retailers with an appealing assortment of Japanese delicacies. Sushi Ran innovates in sushi and convenience products while remaining true to its Japanese origins.