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Only bill in congress is HR 2699, deals with state rights (scroll down to G 1).
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Also new are chief customer officer Mark Schreiber, a former top executive at Connecticut-based Pepperidge Farm, and chief financial officer Jay Thompson, formerly at Armstrong Flooring in Lancaster.
Separately, Utz agreed to buy Arizona-based Inventure, which trades on Nasdaq as SNAK, for a share, or 5 million in cash and debt assumption.
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Lissette and other senior Utz officials, and people at Metropolous, did not return calls asking why they are ending the relationship, or how much Metropolous made on the deal.
Last week, the company told investors that it plans to borrow 0 million, including 0 million to buy out its private-equity investors and 5 million to acquire publicly traded salty-snacks maker Inventure Foods Inc., as well as for refinancing and other expenses, according to a report by analyst Bea Chiem at S&P Global Ratings, the credit-rating agency.
Utz calls itself “the largest privately held and family-managed salty-snack company in the U.
S.,” with brands including Zapp’s, Bachman, Dirty, Golden Flake, Good Health, Jax, Snikiddy, Wachusett and Zapp’s, made at plants in Alabama, Colorado, Louisiana and Massachusetts, along with Pennsylvania.
The buyback and refinancing comes just over a year after Utz agreed to sell a minority share to Metropoulous & Co., owner of Hostess, Pabst Blue Ribbon, Bumble Bee, and dozens of other brands, after Metropoulous invested more than 5 million in Utz acquisitions.