Bakers Journal

Blendtek Ingredients acquires a bakery mix corporation

May 13, 2020
By Bakers Journal

Blendtek (CNW Group/Blendtek)

Blendtek Ingredients Inc., an ingredient solutions and product development company, announced the acquisition of Tri-Blend Bakery Mixes Inc. – a manufacturer of quality bakery and confectionary blends. This partnership adds enhanced blending capabilities to the company’s existing offerings, positioning Blendtek as a full-service partner – from ideation, formulation and product design to strategic sourcing, manufacturing and packaging.

“With the current market landscape, the addition of Tri-Blend allows us to deliver on increasing consumer demands and support our customers on another level by taking the manufacturing process under our control,” said Steve Zinger, president, Blendtek Ingredients Inc. in a press release. “We look forward to working with the highly knowledgeable and dedicated team at Tri-Blend, and continuing to drive innovation and our customers’ businesses forward.”

“Tri-Blend was founded with a focus on blending high-quality ingredients to create value-added bakery products,” says Doug Crone, founder, Tri-Blend Bakery Mixes. “Our integration into the Blendtek organization is a perfect match and will help us to compete in the ever-changing global food landscape.”

Tri-Blend will operate as a division of Blendtek and has retained all employees in their current roles. The acquisition became effective as of February 28, 2020. With the integration of Tri-Blend, Blendtek has extended its offering to support functional ingredient blends, bakery mixes, private label solutions and emerging gluten-free alternative blends.


“In addition to enhanced service offerings, our customers can expect the creation of efficiencies through the blending of multiple ingredients to help streamline their manufacturing and logistics,” added Zinger. “At Blendtek, we are wired to create and work collaboratively with our customers and partners. This announcement is an extension of that commitment.”


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