Landshire, Inc. will acquire Mom's Food Products, Inc. based in Ft. Worth, Texas. Mom's Food Products specializes in custom made sandwiches for vending, convenience stores, and other foodservice industries. They have been in service since 1946 with current ownership and management group in place since 1980.
The acquisition involves 2,400 direct store delivery (DSD) locations within Texas, with offices in the Dallas, Austin, and Houston areas; and Mom's Food Products production plant, in Ft. Worth, Texas, which features Mom's Fresh Sandwich line of products. Mom's Food Products has 85 employees in their production plant and out in the field as route sales representatives, district managers, and regional managers.
Mom's Food Products also distributes Bon Appétit pastry, Jack Link's beef jerky, fresh salads, Eckrich Deli Lunch Meat, Kraft Lunchables, Van Holten Pickles, coffee, and other items to their 2,400 plus DSD locations throughout Texas.
Landshire, Inc. also plans to introduce Mom's sandwich products to their national distribution channels.
With this acquisition, Landshire, Inc. will increase its DSD customer count to 12,000 convenience stores and secure a stronger presence in the state of Texas.
Joseph E. Trover Jr., CEO of Landshire, Inc., said in a prepared statement that this "acquisition is a positive win for both companies and we look forward to growing together in the future of foodservice."
Founded in 1961, Landshire, Inc. is the leader in offering innovative, quality, foodservice products. Over the past 50 years Landshire, Inc. has grown from a small regional sandwich producer to a National supplier of foodservice products.
Landshire, Inc. is currently in 22 states through DSD providing pre-packaged sandwiches, hot sandwiches, pastry, and roller grill items to their customers. Landshire, Inc. also has national distribution of their products through their partnership with national foodservice suppliers.