MICHAEL FOODS ACQUIRES HENNINGSEN FOODS

MINNETONKA, Minn. (July 1, 2020) ― Michael Foods, a subsidiary of Post Holdings and the largest processor of value-added eggs in the United States, today announced the acquisition of Henningsen Foods.

Henningsen Foods is a manufacturer of value-added egg, meat and poultry products founded in 1889, and most recently was owned by Kewpie Corporation. Products made by Henningsen Foods include dehydrated eggs and meats used in sports nutrition, sauces and dressings, noodles and pet foods, along with other food ingredients. Headquartered in Omaha, Henningsen Foods operates three manufacturing facilities in Nebraska.

“The addition of Henningsen Foods’ capabilities and product portfolio will directly support the continued growth of our key food ingredient customers,” said Mark Westphal, President of Michael Foods. “Their dehydrated poultry, beef and pork products also add a nice complement that will provide additional solutions for current customers.”

The acquisition transaction closed on July 1 and Henningsen will be fully integrated into the Michael Foods network by the end of 2020.

About Michael Foods, Inc.
Michael Foods, a subsidiary of Post Holdings, is headquartered in Minnetonka, MN. As a leader in foodservice and food ingredients, Michael Foods both produces and distributes an extensive portfolio of innovative egg and potato products along with a variety of specialty food offerings, including sausage, macaroni and cheese and more. Our brands, Papetti’s®, Abbotsford Farms®, Simply Potatoes®, Owens® and Bob Evans®, are valued and recognized across the country. Through a series of business building platforms and a comprehensive manufacturing and distribution network, Michael Foods also offers inspirational culinary and marketing solutions while delivering supply chain efficiencies and back-of-restaurant convenience and food safety. With manufacturing locations stretching from the northeast to the southwest, our company and employees are committed to supporting our communities and sustaining the farmland essential to our business. For more information, visit www.michaelfoods.com.