Bansk Group, a private investment firm dedicated to building consumer brands, has announced the acquisition of a majority stake in No Man’s Land Foods, a manufacturer of meat snacks, for an undisclosed sum.
Founded in 1997 in Oklahoma, No Man’s Land Foods is a leading provider of jerky and meat sticks. The brand is said to be known for its authentic slow-drying production process, producing beef jerky with a distinctive taste and texture profile.
Commenting on the news, No Man’s Land Foods CEO Pete Dillingham said: “Bansk’s expertise in building consumer businesses is unmatched, and we could not be happier to have them as our partners. Our team looks forward to working closely with the Bansk team and utilizing their extensive operational and brand building experience to accelerate No Man’s Land’s next phase of growth”.
No Man’s Land Foods president Clint Beagley added: “We are grateful for the innovative products developed by the Smith family, who founded the business over 25 years ago. The Bansk team shares our long-term vision, and we are confident this partnership will be invaluable as we bring our authentic, clean jerky products to more consumers at home and on the go – wherever they may be”.
The existing leadership team at No Man’s Land Foods will remain unchanged following the acquisition.
Source: Bansk Group