Catterton managing partner Scott Dahnke
Catterton Partners went on an investment spree this fall, pulling a number of young, emerging brands into its portfolio. In September, the private-equity firm said it would invest in Snap Kitchen, a 10-unit “healthy takeaway” brand based in Austin, Texas. Over the following weeks, the company revealed other investments in Protein Bar, a 12-unit fast-casual chain based in Chicago; Piada Italian Street Food, a 14-unit concept based in Columbus, Ohio; and Bruxië, a six-unit ...
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