- Egeria invested in GoodLife in 2014
- Egeria is an independent Dutch investment firm focused on mid-sized companies in the Netherlands, and DACH region
- IK Partners is a European private equity firm based in London
No financial terms of the transaction were disclosed.
GoodLife is headquartered in Breda, the Netherlands. The company manufactures frozen snacks and meal components such as spring rolls, appetisers, burgers as well as cheese and vegetable bites.
GoodLife’s management will also reinvest alongside IK.
GoodLife expects to further expand its product portfolio with on-trend frozen bites with IK’s investment, according to a release.
The company also plans to achieve further growth acceleration in- and outside of its core geographies through organic initiatives and buy-and-build, the release added.
“It has a diversified offering with further growth potential which can be unlocked in the years to come,” said Remko Hilhorst, managing partner at IK and advisor to the IK IX Fund.
Egeria invested in GoodLife in 2014. The company, under Egeria’s ownership, acquired six companies in three different countries.
The transaction is subject to regulatory approval.
Egeria is an independent Dutch investment firm focused on mid-sized companies in the Netherlands, and DACH region. The firm is based in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
IK Partners, based in London, is a European private equity firm focused on investments in the Benelux, DACH, France, Nordics, and the UK.