Boparan acquisitions in 2016 – in pictures

Ranjit Singh Boparan

It’s been a busy year for 2 Sisters Food Group and its owner Ranjit Singh Boparan, marked by a series of acquisitions across the food and drink industry.

The high profile acquisition of turkey processor Bernard Matthews features in this photogallery, alongside the purchase of Irish turkey business Grove Farms in April.

Other deals featured include the café business Giraffe from retailer Tesco and the purchase of Cinnamon Collection and its restaurant chain, Cinnamon Club.

To see more Boparan acquisitions, click on the next slide in the gallery.

Meanwhile, 2 Sisters Food Group’s Janette Graham is one of six people shortlisted in the Food Manufacture Excellence Award’s Personality of the Year.

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