Carlyle buys Japanese bean sprout firm

The private equity firm has invested in GGC, owner of the bean sprout brand “Meisui Bijin”.

Carlyle buys Japanese bean sprout firm

The Carlyle Group said on Thursday it has invested in GGC Group, the owner of bean sprout brand “Meisui Bijin”.

Equity for the transaction came from Carlyle Japan Partners III, LP, a fund which closed in September.

“Bean sprouts are among the most popular items at supermarkets in Japan after milk and eggs, and have long been an essential ingredient in Japanese cuisine, said Kazuhiro Yamada, a managing director...

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