Amplify Snack Brands
Amplify Snack Brands saw the acquisition of UK crisp maker Tyrrells boost its sales in 2016 but the US snacks group sought to underline the "strong momentum" it had been seeing from its existing range.
US business Amplify Snack Brands has broadened the range of products sold under flagship brand SkinnyPop in its domestic market.
US snack maker Amplify Snack Brands has created a new position of chief strategy officer as part of a "strengthened leadership team" aimed at boosting the growth of the business.
US snack maker Amplify Snack Brands has booked a 32% jump in net sales for the first nine months of the year, helped in part by its Tyrrells acquisition, but the US group has cut its forecast for annual underlying EBITDA.
US-based Amplify Snack Brands has struck a deal to buy UK crisp maker Tyrrells from Bahrain-based private-equity firm Investcorp in a cash-and-shares deal worth GBP300m (US$392m).
Amplify Snack Brands, the US company behind SkinnyPop popcorn and Paqui tortilla chips, today (8 August) booked an increase in first-half sales and profits alongside news of its move to buy UK crisp maker Tyrrells.
Amplify Snack Brands, the US maker of SkinnyPop popcorn, has closed a deal to acquire better-for-you snack food company Boundless Nutrition.
Amplify Snack Brands booked a 22.7% increase in first quarter net sales, which were supported by growth of the SkinnyPop and Paqui brands.
Amplify Snack Brands is extending its SkinnyPop popcorn line with the addition of two new flavours: dusted dark chocolate and jalapeño.
US snack firm Amplify Snack Brands has reported lower annual profits as a result of increased costs but sales were higher.
Amplify Snack Brands, the recently-formed US snack business, is to launch its Paqui "better-for-you" tortilla chips across the US next month.
Amplify Snack Brands, the owner of SkinnyPop popcorn and Paqui tortilla chips, has booked an increase in net sales - and higher underlying earnings - in the third quarter of the year.
Amplify Snack Brands, the US business behind brands including SkinnyPop popcorn and Paqui tortilla chips, has set out plans to go public.
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