Tri-Star Industries acquires new dessert toppings and condiment business

October 1997
Jet;10/20/97, Vol. 92 Issue 22, p38
Announces the decision of Tri-Star Industries to acquire the Richardson's Dessert Toppings and Condiments from Quaker Oats Company. The move as marking an important achievement in Tri-Star President Eric Johnson's history of business successes; Biographical information on Johnson and his business successes; Details on the terms of the agreement.


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