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A Brief Historical Breakdown for Beatrice
1894: Founded as ‘Haskell and Bosworth’
1898: Incorporated as ‘Beatrice Creamery Company’
1946: Beatrice Creamery changes its name to ‘Beatrice Foods Co.’
1984: Beatrice Foods changes its name to ‘Beatrice Companies, Inc.’
1984: Beatrice Companies acquires Esmark, Inc.
1986: Kohlberg, Kravis and Roberts (KKR) acquire Beatrice Companies, and spend the next four years dismantling the company
1987: BCI Holdings sells the original company business operations, Beatrice Dairy Products, Inc. to Borden, Inc.
1987: Beatrice International Foods, which included Beatrice Foods Canada Ltd., sold to corporate attorney, Reginald Lewis and becomes TLC Beatrice International
1987: KKR creates new company called ‘Beatrice Company’. Which is not the same entity as Beatrice Companies, Inc. or Beatrice Foods Co., and was specifically created to include Beatrice Cheese, Inc., Beatrice-Hunt/Wesson, Inc., and Swift-Eckrich, Inc. business units
1990: KKR sells Beatrice Company to CAGSUB, Inc., a subsidiary of ConAgra, Inc.
2007: After a hiatus, Beatrice Companies, Inc. is reactivated.
2010: Beatrice forms new business unit for commodities called Beatrice Mercantile Exchange
2011: Beatrice creates new business called Zyclopz, which is to handle business virtual directory services, and later web site design and web hosting.
2011: Beatrice U.S. Food Corporation changes name to historic Beatrice Foods Co.
2015: Beatrice Technologies divests bci360i and Zyclopz business units and focuses only on Enterprise and Public Services accounts
2016: Official Launch of Beatrice Gourmet Popped Corn
2019: Beatrice Technologies becomes partner for sales and service of Bittium SafeMove, and Bittium Tough Mobile communications products for Enterprise and FirstNet customers, launching what will be the first customer facing global platform for the mass market utilizing Bittium SafeMove and Tough Mobile devices.
2020: Beatrice Popcorn Division to Merge with 2Di4 Gourmet, LLC
2020: Beatrice Foods to Discontinue Tarasov Herbal Dressing & Sauce, donates remaining inventory to The Salvation Army, and St. Mary’s Food Bank Alliance
2021: Beatrice Technologies, Inc. to Merge Public Services & Enterprise Group with Digitally Encrypted Communications Group Inc.
The following financial documents are related to Beatrice Companies, Inc.
The following financial documents are related to Beatrice Company, after their acquisition by ConAgra, Inc. on August 14, 1990. There is no connection between ConAgra and Beatrice Companies, Inc., and the ConAgra reports are listed for historical purposes only.
The following financials are related to Beatrice Company, prior to their acquisition by ConAgra, Inc. on August 14, 1990. (Note: Beatrice Company is not same entity as Beatrice Companies, Inc. or Beatrice Foods Co., which was formed in 1924. Beatrice Company was formed in 1987 by KKR [Kohlberg, Kravis, Roberts & Co.] to include the former Beatrice Cheese, Inc., Beatrice/Hunt-Wesson, Inc., and Swift-Eckrich, Inc. business units).
*The ConAgra logo is a registered trademark of ConAgra Foods, Inc., and there is no connection between Beatrice Companies, Inc., and ConAgra, and financials relating to ConAgra are for reference purposes only with relation to Beatrice Company. Click on ConAgra, to inquire more about their brands.