The UK-based brand expands its footprint across Europe by acquiring Poland’s leading fresh dog food company, PsiBufet.
Butternut Box, established in 2016, is currently the largest fresh dog food brand in Europe, feeding dogs across the UK, Ireland, the Netherlands, and Belgium.
Through acquiring PsiBufet, the company looks forward to expanding further into Central and Eastern Europe, with Poland as its regional operations hub.
David Nolan, Co-Founder of Butternut Box, stated, “We are pleased that together we will be able to take care of dogs’ health and happiness in Poland and all over Europe. We’re really excited about continuing to serve customers the best quality fresh dog food in the Polish market.”
PsiBufet’s primary offering includes individually tailored fresh food for dogs. With this acquisition, its customers will enjoy better quality fresh food, a wider range of products, and a more advanced online customer experience.
The two brands are committed to catering to more complete, high-quality, and balanced meals.
Piotr Wawrysiuk, Founder and CEO of PsiBufet, remarked, “Butternut Box has been supporting us for over 3 years. It is not only a capital investment but, above all, a strategic one, sharing their knowledge and experience. Our companies share a common organizational culture and, above all, a mission: to provide health and happiness to dogs and their humans all over the world.”
”We are delighted that PsiBufet and Butternut Box have become one team. We have been actively supporting PsiBufet’s journey for several years and are extremely impressed with the progress they have made,” said David Nolan.
Who is Butternut Box?
Butternut Box a recently certified B Corporation. In the past years, the company has raised over £100 million in capital from various investors, including L Catterton, White Star Capital, Five Seasons Ventures, Passion Capital, Literacy Capital, Claret Capital, and HSBC.
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