Landshire to acquire Mom's Food Products
March 2, 2011
by Meat&Poultry Staff
ST. LOUIS — Landshire, Inc., a national supplier of food service products, is acquiring Mom’s Food Products, Inc., Fort Worth, Texas. Mom’s Food Products specializes in custom made sandwiches for convenience store, vending, and other food service industries. The company has 2,400 direct-store delivery locations within Texas.
In addition to fresh sandwiches, Mom’s Food Products distributes Bon Appétit pastry, Jack Link’s beef jerky, fresh salads, Eckrich Deli Lunch Meat, Kraft Lunchables, Van Holten Pickles, coffee, and other items.
With the acquisition, Landshire, Inc. said it will increase its DSD customer count to 12,000 convenience stores and secure a stronger presence in Texas. Joseph E. Trover Jr., chief executive officer of Landshire, Inc., said the acquisition “is a positive win for both companies and we look forward to growing together in the future of food service.”
Founded in 1961, Landshire, Inc. is in 22 states through DSD providing pre-packaged sandwiches, hot sandwiches, pastry, and roller grill items. The company also has national distribution of its products through its partnership with national food service suppliers.