For years any news story covering a private-equity deal in foodservice most likely included Bruckmann, Rosser, Sherrill & Co., Sun Capital Partners Inc., or Thomas H. Lee Partners. Those large groups bought or sold some of the biggest brands in the restaurant space, including Corner Bakery, Boston Market and Dunkin’ Brands. Fast-forward 10 years from now, and a new crop of funds may be leading the pack. Several young private-equity companies, such as Rosser Capital Partners, ...
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