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|Founded||Barcelona, Spain (1940)|
|Founder||José Ignacio Ferrero Cabanach|
José María Ventura Mallofré
Idilia Foods is a Spanish food business group. The company is headquartered in Barcelona and was established in 1940. It produces food items such as fish stock cubes, baker's yeast, caramel or honey. It was formerly known as Nutrexpa.
Some major brands of the company are:
- Granja San Francisco honey (since the beginning).
- Cola Cao soluble chocolate.
- La Piara pâté range of products (since 1988, when this company was taken over).
- Nocilla chocolate and hazelnut spread (since 2002).
In the context of an internationalization policy after consolidation on the internal Spanish market, Nutrexpa expanded to Portugal where it sells the same products as in Spain in view of the proximity and affinity between the two markets. Later it has expanded business operations to other countries, as Chile and China.
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