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Rubicon Bakers Acquires Lucky Spoon Bakery; Sebastian Siethoff and Pam Schulte Comment

Rubicon Bakers Acquires Lucky Spoon Bakery; Sebastian Siethoff and Pam Schulte Comment


RICHMOND, CA
Tuesday, May 7th, 2024

One bakery operation is using an acquisition to expand into an additional market. Rubicon Bakers recently announced the acquisition of Lucky Spoon Bakery, allowing the company to enter the gluten-free sweet baked goods sector.

Sebastian Siethoff, Chief Executive Officer, Rubicon Bakers"We are excited to enter the gluten-free category and build on our expertise in meeting specific dietary needs with delicious, fresh baked goods," said Sebastian Siethoff, Chief Executive Officer of Rubicon Bakers. "This is a valued addition to our portfolio, and we are thrilled to welcome Lucky Spoon and the incredible team who have built this successful brand."

Lucky Spoon Bakery was founded in 2010. The operation is headquartered in Salt Lake City, Utah, and manufactures high-quality, gluten-free sweet bakery goods.

Rubicon Bakers recently announced the acquisition of Lucky Spoon Bakery, allowing the company to enter the gluten-free sweet baked goods sectorAccording to a press release, the acquisition reinforces Rubicon Bakers' dedication to meeting the growing needs of consumers with special dietary requirements and specific dietary preferences.

Pam Schulte, Founder, Lucky Spoon Bakery"I founded Lucky Spoon to change the way people think about gluten-free food. Rubicon Bakers is the perfect partner to grow that promise, and I'm so excited to join Rubicon's family of brands,” added Pam Schulte, Founder of Lucky Spoon. She will join the Rubicon Bakers leadership team.

The addition of gluten-free offerings complements Rubicon's already well-known portfolio of clean-label, nut-free, and vegan baked goods.

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