In June 2020, From the Hearth Holdings, LLC secured senior debt financing from a consortium of lenders to support a shareholder transaction and corporate growth initiatives.
Duff & Phelps served as the financial advisor to From the Hearth Holdings, LLC in connection with the transaction.
From the Hearth Holdings, LLC
From the Hearth is a leading manufacturer of garlic bread and related products which are sold at retailers and food service outlets across North America. The company operates through two divisions: Furlani’s Food Corporation based in Mississauga Ontario, and Joseph Campioni, LLC based in Oak Creek, Wisconsin. Stikeman Elliott LLP acted as legal counsel to the company for the financing and the transaction.
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