Richardson International Limited announced on June 26 that the company has expanded its oat milling business through the acquisition of European Oat Millers.

European Oat Millers is based in Bedford, England and is the second largest oat miller in Europe. The family-owned company produces a variety of oat products including oat flakes, flour and groats, wheat and barley flakes and extruded ingredients and products.

“European Oat Millers is a solid, family-owned business that is well-established in the U.K. We have been very impressed with both the quality of the business and its people and believe it is an excellent complement to our Richardson Milling division,” says Curt Vossen, president and CEO of Richardson International. “Looking ahead, we will build on the investments that have already been made, including increasing manufacturing capacity, and will continue to seek opportunities to expand our global business.”

Click here to read the full press release from Richardson International Limited.

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