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Bridor, a bakery group, plans to establish another plant in the US

Bridor, a bakery group, plans to establish another plant in the US Bridor Food and Beverage Business Bridor

Bridor, a France-based bakery group, is expanding its presence in the US by establishing a third production site near Salt Lake City, Utah, to cater to the American market. This new facility, set to commence operations in January 2026, will focus on producing bread and pastries, adding to Bridor’s existing factories in Connecticut and New Jersey. With this development, Bridor will have a total of five sites in North America.

Owned by food and restaurant group Le Duff, Bridor aims to meet the specific requirements of the American market by enhancing its production capabilities and offering a wide range of artisanal breads and Viennese pastries. CEO Philippe Morin emphasized the strategic importance of this new project, underscoring the growth potential in the North American market.

In recent acquisitions, Bridor purchased Pandriks, a Netherlands-based company with production facilities in the Netherlands and Germany. This move aligns with Bridor’s strategy of doubling its turnover every five years, with a focus on expanding its product offerings and geographic footprint.

Collaborating with bakery business Equii, Bridor is also venturing into the production of higher protein and nutrition-enhanced products for the North American market. This initiative will enable Bridor to serve a diverse customer base, including hotels, bars, airports, and retail outlets.

Le Duff, with an annual turnover of approximately €3bn ($3.26bn), operates multiple entities in the food and beverage industry, including vegetable and ready meal company Gourming. With 18 production sites and a global workforce of over 19,000 employees, Le Duff continues to strengthen its position as a key player in the food and drink business.

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