Boulangeries Augustin has been acquired by BC-CAP
The private shareholders and Enthéos, a French family office, have sold Boulangeries Augustin to BC-CAP.
Boulangeries Augustin specializes in frozen raw bread, maintaining the authenticity of artisanal dough. Due to the company’s manufacturing expertise and production capacity, it offers its clients a wide and varied range of frozen products, including raw white and specialty breads and ready-to-cook pastries and snacks. Its products are sold to other industrial clients, bakery chains (in-store bakeries and hot food counters), supermarkets and hypermarkets, foodservice operators (wholesalers and direct) and its own bakery chain. Boulangeries Agustin’s own bakery chain specializes in serving French products, including more than 50 bread varieties, sandwiches, macaroons, cakes, pastries, coffee and snacks.
BC-CAP was born from the merger of two companies in the bakery/pastry-making sector (industries and stores), Newbakery and Augustin. It has a lot of experience and recognized know-how in the development and manufacturing of traditional bakery products and in the development and operation of bakeries. BC-CAP has a buy-and-build strategy with this initial acquisition of the Augustin platform.
Oaklins’ team in France acted as advisor to the seller in this transaction.
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