Justin’s Sells to Hormel for $286 Million

Colorado – May 23, 2016 – Cooley advised nut butter company Justin’s on its sale to Hormel Foods for $286 million. Justin's will operate as a subsidiary of Hormel's grocery products segment and remain headquartered in Boulder, Colorado.

“I look forward to working with the Hormel Foods team, a company that shares our passion for innovation, quality and creating the best possible consumer experience,” said Justin Gold, founder of Justin’s. “My goal has always been to build something truly special and Hormel Foods is the right partner to make this an enduring and far-reaching brand.”

Justin’s makes naturally delicious, high-quality nut butters, nut butter snacks and organic peanut butter cups that deliver great taste, unique texture and convenient nutrition.

The team advising Justin’s included Laura Medina, Janet Cullum, Jeremy Naylor, Keith Berets, Francis Fryscak, Kassendra Galindo, Carlyn Williams, Danielle Wheeler and Jonathan Rivinus.

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Related Contacts
Laura Medina Partner, Colorado
Janet Cullum Senior Counsel, New York
Keith Berets Partner, Colorado
Kassendra Galindo Associate, Colorado
Danielle Wheeler Associate, Colorado
Jonathan Rivinus Associate, Colorado