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TOPIC: AHFP merger soon?

AHFP merger soon? 11 years 8 months ago #1235

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Finally! From the looks of the website, I will be counting my money most of the days in the future.

I think they will hit it big with this merger.
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AHFP merger soon? 11 years 8 months ago #1233

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Here is their website: www.artisanalcheese.com

American Home Food Products Buys Artisanal Cheese, An Emerging High-End Brand in The Growing $6 Billion Specialty Cheese Market

August 13, 2007 -- New York, New York – American Home Food Products (OTCBB:AHFP) announced the acquisition of Artisanal Cheese, LLC, an emerging high-end brand in the rapidly growing and fragmented $6 billion specialty cheese market.

The New York City-based Artisanal is the first company to market and distribute a wide line of specialty, artisanal and farmstead cheese products and other related specialty food products under its own brand to food wholesalers and retailers and direct to consumers through its catalogue and website www.artisanalcheese.com. Since its founding in 2003, Artisanal has grown into a multi-million dollar business with positive cash flow through limited marketing to some of the finest restaurants in Manhattan, a small catalogue mailing that is supported by the Company’s website and working with large accounts like the Ritz-Carlton and Four Seasons hotel chains. The Company intends to rapidly expand the distribution of Artisanal’s product line by executing on strategic relationships with major companies in each of the four complimentary distribution channels that Artisanal’s product serves: foodservice, retail, print catalogue and E-commerce. The Company’s plan is to make Artisanal the leading national brand for best-in-class cheeses.

In conjunction with the acquisition of Artisanal, the Company undertook a $5.0 million private placement of redeemable convertible preferred stock. Furthermore, the Company sold its royalty-generating assets in building materials for approximately $1,000,000 and used this cash to retire certain existing debts as it satisfied the remaining debts through a tax-free exchange of debt for equity.

The founder of Artisanal, executive chef Terrance Brennan, who also owns two successful Manhattan restaurants, Picholine and Artisanal Bistro & Fromagerie, and who spearheads the movement of Artisanal cheese in the United States will serve the Company as a consultant and director post-closing. The two restaurants are not part of this transaction.

The Company’s president, Daniel W. Dowe, commented that, “Until now, the specialty cheese category lacked a readily identifiable brand that consumers know and associate as best-in-class. Many of us enjoy great tasting cheeses, however few consumers can equate a brand to the product choices they enjoy. Artisanal, while still relatively small, has built an exciting brand with multiple opportunities for growth. Artisanal’s wide selection of specialty domestic and international cheeses and its expertise in marketing premium cheese products has already aligned the Company with powerhouse luxury product retailers like William-Sonoma and Neiman Marcus that merchandise Artisanal branded cheese by catalogue and from their websites. These associations, along with some of the finest restaurants in Manhattan that serve Artisanal premium cheeses under the Artisanal brand on their menu, has confirmed to us that Artisanal’s product line has passed the test of the most discerning food critics. The company’s new senior management team plans to work with Artisanal’s existing staff to develop programs with other well-known retailers and food distributors that have expressed an interest in selling the Artisanal line of cheeses. Artisanal’s Manhattan headquarters is ideally situated for the company’s executives and its plans to expand sales into multiple distribution outlets.” Aquetong Capital Advisors represented the sellers in this transaction.

www.sec.gov/Archives/edgar/data/945634/0...3331/d72502_ex99.htm
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AHFP merger soon? 11 years 11 months ago #1190

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I guess not. Nothing is going on yet with it.

Let's hope they merge soon. I seen a lot of these get canceled. It happened with this stock before. With the increase in mergers latley I don't really understand why some stocks like this just sit for years and do nothing.

Must be a reason but I don't know what it is.
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AHFP merger soon? 11 years 11 months ago #1183

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Is it to Late to buy ?
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AHFP merger soon? 11 years 11 months ago #1181

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This is a very big potential shell here. We have a reporting company, an OTC rather then the pinks, and I noticed the OS is below 5 million. Similar to what SPEA's OS was.

If a merger happens, I think this will be several $'s per share with a very low OS.

A .21 cent change on 24,000 volume.

Let's hope for the best.
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AHFP merger soon? 11 years 11 months ago #1180

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The CEO of AHFP posts updates at the Raging Bull board:

ragingbull.quote.com/mboard/boards.cgi?board=AHFP
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