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Stamford’s Buitoni Foods names Peter B. Wilson Jr. as chief executive

Wilson was previously a managing director at Brynwood Partners.

Greenwich’s Brynwood Partners picks up Smucker’s U.S. baking business for $375M

The portfolio includes the exclusive U.S. rights to the Pillsbury brand's shelf-stable baking products along with the Hungry Jack, White Lily, Jim Dandy and Martha White brands.

Greenwich’s Brynwood Partners acquires Carolina Beverage Group

Carolina will be combined with Brynwood's portfolio company Cold Spring Brewing Co., resulting in a total of over 650,000 square feet of flexible manufacturing space and 1.7 million square feet of warehouse availability.

Brynwood Partners VI sells Back to Nature Foods for $162.5M to...

Brynwood VI teamed with Mondelēz International Inc., an East Hanover, New Jersey-based snack company, in 2012 to create the Back to Nature joint venture.

Brynwood Partners reels in Cold Spring Brewing Co.

Cold Spring primarily manufactures products, both non-alcoholic and alcoholic beverages and beer, for other companies' proprietary brands and retailers' private labels.

Stamford’s Harvest Hill completes Sunny Delight merger

The Stamford beverage company has also named a new executive team, including President/CEO John LeBoutillier.

Greenwich’s Brynwood Partners sells Lightlife Foods for $140M to Canadian company

Lightlife's product line includes soy-based hot dogs, burgers and sausage.

Harvest Hill Beverage Co. acquiring Nutrament from Nestlé

When completed, Stamford-based Harvest Hill will have acquired 47 brands from 18 different corporate sellers.

Brynwood Partners of Greenwich readies $415M sale of High Ridge Brands

The Greenwich private equity investment firm announced an agreement in principle to sell High Ridge Brands Co. of Stamford to the Manhattan firm of Clayton, Dubilier & Rice for $415 million.

Donation muddies Brynwood project

Controversy rises over a $78,000 campaign donation the developers of Brynwood Golf & Country Club made to the Republican primary.

Kraft to sell majority stake in Back to Nature

Brynwood Partners of Greenwich, Conn., will buy a controlling stake in Kraft Foods’ Back to Nature natural food business through a joint venture with Kraft, which will continue to hold a substantial minority stake.