Norton Rose and Addleshaws lead as Aunt Bessie's is sold to Bird's Eye US owner

Addleshaws advises William Jackson on the sale with Norton Rose in the lead for Nomad

Norton Rose Fulbright and Addleshaw Goddard have advised on the sale of Aunt Bessie’s to US-listed Nomad Foods, which owns Goodfella’s Pizza and Birds Eye, in a deal worth approximately £210m.

Aunt Bessie’s, famous for its Yorkshire puddings and roast potatoes, is being sold by William Jackson Food Group, a family company that originated in Yorkshire 167 years ago.

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