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Georgia Company Buys Louisiana Hot Sauce Brand

The Original Louisiana Brand Hot Sauce has been sold to a Georgia company.
The Original Louisiana Brand Hot Sauce has been sold to a Georgia company.
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The Original Louisiana Brand Hot Sauce has been sold to a Georgia company.

Terms of the sale were not disclosed.

Rome, Georgia-based Southeastern Mills Inc. said Monday that it has acquired The Original Louisiana Brand Hot Sauce and all related assets from New Iberia, Louisiana-based Bruce Foods Corp.

NOLA.com/The Times-Picayune reports Southeastern Mills says the deal includes all brands and intellectual property related to Bruce’s hot sauce business, as well as the manufacturing and warehouse facilities in New Iberia. It was unknown if employees would be impacted by the deal.

Other brands sold under the agreement were: Louisiana wing sauce, Red Rooster hot sauce, Louisiana Gold Pepper Sauce, Louisiana brand Tabasco Peppers in Vinegar and Bruce’s Tabasco Peppers in Vinegar.

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