Thursday 24th April 2014
Cambs seafood business sold

Cambs seafood business sold

John Wilson, owner of Cambs-based Elsinore Foods, a specialist niche seafood and delicatessen products, has sold the business to Golden Acre Dairy Foods Holdings.

Based in Melbourn, Elsinore was formed in 2009 through a management buyout from Danfood and has achieved sustained sales growth through the recession.

It imports products largely from Denmark and Scandinavia and supplies across the UK to retailers such as Waitrose, Tesco and Ocado. Its products, which are mainly sold under Elsinore brand, include caviar, mussels, cockles, prawns, crayfish, pâté and salami. Elsinore has taken ad...

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