Dutch company acquiring First Choice Ingredients in $453 million deal

Cheese is added to a vessel at First Choice Ingredients in Germantown. The company makes dairy concentrates in pastes, liquids and powders.
Germantown-based First Choice Ingredients will be acquired by Royal DSM in a deal with an enterprise value of $453 million, DSM announced Friday. First Choice Ingredients is a supplier of flavorings used in soups, snacks,…

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