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Using this report, dealmakers will effectively gain an insight into deal activity of the global confectionery market throughout the month. Additionally, the report provides an overview of all the partnering, alliances, and MandA deals announced worldwide.
The monthly report provides the reader with the top-line data necessary to quickly keep abreast of deal activity in the global confectionery market on a monthly basis.
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The report provides a snapshot of the deal activity trends in the global confectionery market in September. The report is a mixture of graphs, charts, tables and text in an effort to give the reader the maximum possible information in the most efficient and visually appealing manner.
The report provides an overview of the deal activity across various deal types in the month of September in terms of deal status and deal type.
Table of Contents
1.1 What is this Report About?
1.3 Summary Methodology
2 Deal Analysis
2.1 Analysis by Deal Status - Global Confectionery Market
2.2 Analysis by Deal Type - Global Confectionery Market
3 Westbourne (479- Popcorn) Secures Pre-Series A Funding Round
3.1 Deal Facts
3.2 Deal in Brief
3.3 Deal Rationale
4 Kellogg Company Acquires Mass Food
4.1 Deal Facts
4.2 Deal in Brief
4.3 Deal Rationale
4.6 Company Financial Information
5 AAK to Acquire 51% Stake in Kamani Oil Industries
5.1 Deal Facts
5.2 Deal in Brief
5.3 Deal Rationale
5.6 Company Financial Information
6 Lacto Japan Raises USD2.07 Million through Private Placement of Shares
6.1 Deal Facts
6.2 Deal in Brief
6.4 Company Financial Information
6.5 Deal Financials
7 Aryzta to Sell up to 29% Stake in Origin Enterprises in Private Placement
7.1 Deal Facts
7.2 Deal in Brief
7.5 Company Financial Information
7.6 Financial Advisors:
8 Eversfield Organic Acquires Dorset County Foods
8.1 Deal Facts
8.2 Deal in Brief
8.5 Company Financial Information
9 Tessemaes Secures USD5 Million in Venture Funding
9.1 Deal Facts
9.2 Deal in Brief
9.3 Companies Involved
10 NongShim to Sell 100% Stake in Nongshim Baeksansoo
10.1 Deal Facts
10.2 Deal in Brief
10.5 Company Financial Information
10.6 Deal Financials
11 MEGMILK SNOW BRAND to Sell Yokohama Cheese Factory
11.1 Deal Facts
11.2 Deal in Brief
11.4 Target Assets
12 Post Holdings to Acquire Willamette Egg Farms
12.1 Deal Facts
12.2 Deal in Brief
12.3 Deal Rationale
12.6 Company Financial Information
13 Corbion to Acquire Lactic Acid Business of Malladi Specialties
13.1 Deal Facts
13.2 Deal in Brief
13.3 Deal Rationale
13.6 Target Assets
14 Chocolate Dreams Plans for IPO of Shares in 2016
14.1 Deal Facts
14.2 Deal in Brief
14.4 Company Financial Information
15 Mars to Acquire Grupo Turin
15.1 Deal Facts
15.2 Deal in Brief
16 Rhodes Food to Acquire Foodservice Business from General Mills
16.1 Deal Facts
16.2 Deal in Brief
16.3 Deal Rationale
16.6 Target Assets
17 Cooks Global Foods to Raise USD5.72 Million in IPO of Shares
17.1 Deal Facts
17.2 Deal in Brief
17.4 Company Financial Information
17.5 Deal Financials
18.1 About Canadean
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