UK/JAPAN: Acquisition signals international expansion plan for food firm
A specialist Welsh food company is set to expand its operations nationally and internationally following a take-over by one of Japan's leading soy sauce producers.The Speciality Sauce Company, established just four years ago in Blaenau Gwent, has been acquired by Shoda Shoyu - one of Japan's fourth major manufacturers of naturally brewed soy sauce and the world's leading supplier of catering sachets containing individual portions of sauces.
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