Los Angeles, Nov. 25, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — via NEWMEDIAWIRE — Pacific Ventures Group (OTC PINK: PACV) (the “Company”), an investment group concentrating in food, beverage, and alcohol distribution, is pleased to announce today that it has secured financing to acquire a distribution company focused on food, frozen foods and other related products located in Southern California through its subsidiary.
Pacific Ventures Group began its due diligence process earlier this year and expects to close the transaction on or before December 15, 2019. The California food distribution company has current annual revenues close to $29 million, serves customers in the state of California and other nearby states. This acquisition complements the Company’s existing food distribution business which is operated by San Diego Farmers Outlet.
The acquisition will result in a food distribution business with greater revenues and profits, with consolidated gross revenues approaching $35 million. The company will also have a larger combined customer base, expanded range of products, and an expanded network of retail and institutional accounts.
Pacific Ventures Group and its management believe that the acquisition will create a substantial new revenue stream, in addition to that of the current distribution company San Diego Farmers Outlet.
About Pacific Ventures Group:
Pacific Ventures is focused on expansion within the consumer products, food, beverage and alcohol-related industries. For more information on PACV, please visit www.pacvgroup.com. (You need to be at least 21 years of age (legal age to consume alcohol) to visit the section of the web site dedicated to SnoBar.)
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