12 Oct

Mario Olive + A.Camacho = Mario Camacho Foods

Two family-owned food businesses, both suppliers and service providers to the olive and condiment market in North America, will merge in 2008.

Mario Olive Co., a division of Westin Foods of Omaha, Neb., and A. Camacho Inc. of Plant City, a subsidiary of Angel Camacho group, will merge, a Mario Camacho press release said.

No financial terms were disclosed.

Effective January 1, 2008, the companies will begin operations under the name Mario Camacho Foods.

Angel Camacho Group is a fourth-generation, family-owned and operated olive business with more than 100 years of experience in fruit procurement to processing, and importing to distribution, the release said.

Mario Olives is also a family-owned and operated food business. Company executives believe that the merger will expand each company’s product lines and distribution capabilities, as well as global logistics and trading ability.

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3 Responses to “Mario Olive + A.Camacho = Mario Camacho Foods”

  1. mike Says:

    I need some mario’s olive oil from seville spain
    please call me thank-you

  2. paul purvis Says:

    sirs, We live about 6 miles from Krogers, where we shop. We keep several cans of olives on the shelf for that reason. well, the last 3 cans we opened were a little short on olives. the last had 12 olives and the ones before it had less than 20. Should I buy any more of Marios pitted black olives?

  3. Nora Sprehe Says:

    I had purchased a large jar of Mario’s green olives for a big party that I hosted. I looked around the room and saw these green olives left or numberous plates. I asked and was told that the olives were very salty. After our guests had eaten I had a chance to taste the olives and they were so salty that even I who loves your olives couldn’t eat more than one. I was was very disapointed. Mario’s is the only brand I would consider it was quite an expensive lesson. I felt that I must bring this to your attention.

    Nora Sprehe

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