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Seviroli Foods has this week announced its acquisition of Mama Rosie’s to expand its portfolio, scale up the business and diversify its customer base.
Both companies are US-based manufacturers of frozen pasta products. Seviroli Foods, based in New York, said the combined resources and capabilities of both companies will provide a significant opportunity for the platform to scale organically and accelerate growth while ensuring high levels of product quality, safety and innovation.
Nick Sardo, CEO and owner of Mama Rosie’s, will continue with the go-forward company in a senior advisor capacity. Seviroli confirmed that both teams will work together directly to ensure a seamless transition that minimizes any potential disruption to customers, employees and other stakeholders.
Paul Vertullo, president and CEO of Seviroli said: “Nick and his management team have achieved excellent growth at Mama Rosie’s while staying true to the company’s core focus of manufacturing high-quality pasta and maintaining outstanding customer service. Our combination with Mama Rosie’s is exciting and allows us to reinforce our commitment to delivering superior products and services to our customers and exciting ideas for this category.”
Seviroli manufactures products for the foodservice, club and retail channels offering a range that includes ravioli, tortellini, manicotti and other products. It operates out of three manufacturing facilities in the New York Metro area and imports specialty products under its Vertullo brand, importing over 150 items from 19 countries including pasta, rice, sauces, oils and truffles.
Aileen Wang, VP of Seviroli’s parent company Mill Point Capital LLC said that the business will be well-positioned to meet the evolving needs of its customers and consumers, offering them “an exceptional culinary and purchasing experience” across the expanded portfolio.
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