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Kenya: Goldman Sachs joins Creadev (Mulliez family) in the capital of Twiga Foods

Kenya: Goldman Sachs joins Creadev (Mulliez family) in the capital of Twiga Foods

B2B food distribution company Twiga Foods has raised a total of $30 million from lenders and investors. It is now planning to expand in French-speaking Africa.

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            ▪ Kenya: Goldman Sachs joins Creadev (Mulliez family) in the capital of Twiga Foods

▪ B2B food distribution company Twiga Foods has raised a total of $30 million from lenders and investors. It is now planning to expand in French-speaking Africa.

http://www.jeuneafriquebusinessplus.com/en/800795/kenya-goldman-sachs-joins-creadev-mulliez-family-in-the-capital-of-twiga-foods/

22/11/2019 at 20h03, by Pierre-Olivier Rouaud, updated 25/11/2019

African fresh produce has whetted the appetites of Goldman Sachs and the Mulliez family (Auchan, Decathlon etc.) through its Creadev fund.

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