Unilever to acquire Betty Ice

Betty Ice is the main local ice cream producer in Romania, with a total turnover of €30 million. The company owns one factory in Suceava and has more than 180 ice cream kiosks open during summer time.

Unilever has announced that it has signed an agreement to acquire the business of Betty Ice SRL, the Romanian ice-cream producer. The value of the transaction is undisclosed.

Betty Ice was founded in 1994 by Romanian entrepreneur Vasile Armenean with the vision of transforming the perfect dessert into a reality, creating natural tastes and flavors with carefully selected ingredients. Betty Ice is the main local ice cream producer in Romania, with a total turnover of €30 million. The company owns one factory in Suceava and has more than 180 ice cream kiosks open during summer time. Betty Ice employs 760 employees in Romania.

Unilever’s South Central Europe Ice Cream division and Betty Ice will operate as a standalone unit within Unilever and will be led by Mr. Vasile Armenean, who will act as a General Manager. This partnership aims to further expand the brand by combining the strengths of the Unilever group with the local ice-cream market expertise and know-how of Mr. Armenean.

James Simmons, Managing Director Unilever South Central Europe, said: “We are delighted that Betty Ice will join the Unilever family. Betty Ice is a wonderful business, much loved by Romanians. I am also very pleased that Vasile Armenean has decided to join our company. He is an outstanding entrepreneur and he will play an instrumental role in creating a bright future for this new business.”

Vasile Armenean, Betty Ice General Manager, added: “In 23 years we have grown a great business in Romania, and we are proud that Betty Ice, the number 1 Romanian ice cream brand, will join the portfolio of the number 1 ice cream producer in the world. Our legacy and Unilever’s vision are a perfect match for the future of Betty Ice brand.”

The agreement is subject to regulatory approval by the Romanian competition authorities.

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