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Peak Rock Capital invests in Canadian mushroom producer
Headquartered in Ontario, Highline is one of the largest producers and distributors of mushrooms in North America. The Company operates four state-of-the-art production facilities in Ontario and a distribution centre in Quebec, where it produces, packages, and distributes varieties of fresh white, mini bella, portobella, and exotic mushrooms for the retail and food service end markets. Through 50 years of operations, Highline has earned an exceptional reputation for its top quality product offerings and impeccable customer service.
Steve Martinez, President and Managing Director of Peak Rock Capital, said, “We look forward to supporting Highline and its employees, as the Company continues to uphold its established tradition of quality and customer service. Our investment in Highline represents Peak Rock’s continued commitment to identifying and partnering with market-leading consumer businesses that have the potential to outperform through investments in growth.”
Glenn Martin, CEO of Highline, added, “We are excited to partner with Peak Rock and look forward to drawing on the firm’s expertise as we increase the Company’s capabilities and seek to realize its growth potential. We are thrilled to have access to the resources necessary to support our ongoing success, particularly as we pursue new product development.”
Please visit www.highlinemushrooms.com for more information.
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