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Estrella Maarud Holding A/S

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Estrella Maarud manufactures and markets salted snacks in the Nordic and Baltic countries under the brands of Estrella, Maarud and Taffel.

Estrella and Maarud are the iconic salted snacks brands in its home markets Sweden and Norway respectively.

Headquarters for both the group and Maarud AS is in Oslo, while Estrella AB is led from Stockholm. Nordic manufacturing plants are in Disenå in Norway and Angered in Sweden. Headquarters and manufacturing facilities for the Baltic business is in Kaunas, Lithuania.

Estrella Maarud is owned by Herkules Capital, who acquired this business from Kraft in october 2008.

In May 2014, Herkules Capital has sold Estrella Maarud to Intersnack.
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六月 20, 2016

Kiremko built five snack pellet frying systems for the Intersnack Group

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Estrella Maarud
五月 26, 2014

Estrella Maarud to become part of Intersnack Group

Intersnack Group GmbH & Co KG and Herkules Private Equity Fund II today announced that they have entered into an agreement where Herkules sells the salted snacks manufacturer Estrella Maarud ('Estrella Maarud' or 'the Company') to Intersnack for an undisclosed sum.
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九月 14, 2010

Estrella Maarud joins ESA in EU pledge on advertising to children

Estrella Maarud, the leading snack manufacturer in Northern Europe, has joined the EU advertising pledge that aims to promote healthier snacking choices and balanced lifestyles among children.
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