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Produce Investments Ltd

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Produce Investments Ltd is a United Kingdom-based holding company for the Greenvale Group of companies.

The Company is organized into three segments: Fresh, Processing and Other.

The Fresh segment consists of the sites, staff and assets that grow, source, pack and deliver fresh produce to customers, ranging from retailers, wholesalers to small private businesses. This covers potatoes and daffodils.

(Click to enlarge) Produce Investments Corporate Structure

Produce Investments Corporate Structure

The Processing segment consists of the staff and assets that supply pre-prepared potato products which are ultimately sold as ingredients for food manufacturers.

The Other segment consists of seed sales for both the United Kingdom and export, traded volume where Greenvale acts as an intermediary between the farmer and the end customer taking a small margin to cover costs, and all sales activities of Restrain Company Limited, a subsidiary that provides ethylene based storage solutions for potatoes and onions.

The company Produce Investments Ltd was previously listed at the London Stock Exchange as Produce Investments PLC (LON:PIL) but taken private and renamed when the company was acquired by a subsidiary of private equity investor Promethean Investments in September 2018
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Noticias de esta Compañia

First Jersey Royals arrive in the United Kingdom
Marzo 17, 2017

First Jersey Royals arrive in the United Kingdom

Early Potatoes: The much prized Jersey Royals hit the market for the first time this week, just slightly later than the first crop last year.
Potato field on Jersey
Mayo 16, 2014

Produce Investments PLC completes acquisition of Jersey Royal Company

Produce Investments Ltd has acquired the entire issued share capital of The Jersey Royal Company Ltd for a total of £11.0m in cash and the issue of 1.6m shares of 1 pence each, which amounts to about £4.0m at the Company's closing middle market price on 15 May 2014