Pasta brand buys Salsas Alfaro for $6 Million

July 12, 2012

From the print edition

Pasta distributor Lucema bought the 49-year-old Costa Rican company Salsas Alfaro for $6 million, Lucema announced in a press release this week.

The pasta company now takes over the popular brand of sauces, which produces condiments like ketchup and barbecue sauce, chiles, dressings, syrups and jellies.

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