August 30, 2012
WAUCONDA, Ill.Synergy Flavors announced the expansion of Synergy Aromas, its São Paulo-based business, through the acquisition of a local flavor operation. The acquisition, which includes flavor creation and applications laboratories and a flavor manufacturing facility, strengthens Synergys supply chain in Brazil and Latin America.
The acquisition of the São Paulo operation marks the third purchase by Synergy in the past year. Other acquisitions include Senus (Hamilton, Ohio) and Sethness Greenleaf (Chicago).
This expansion offers significant benefits to our customers by providing a state-of-the-art facility to serve the growing demand for food and beverage flavorings in Brazil, comments Roderick W. Sowders, president and CEO, Synergy Flavors, Inc. It is our belief that Brazilian food engineers appreciate the quick response time of a local flavor company while at the same time, benefitting from the creative technologies of a global flavor company."
Zilned Machado, commercial director of Synergy Aromas, said: We have traditionally been strong in the beverage and dairy segments, and these new process capabilities will expand our efforts into bakery, confection and nutritional products, as well as allow us to better serve our Saporesse customers with our proprietary yeast extract used for sodium reduction and dairy enhancement projects."
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