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Four’n’Twenty pies and Lean Cuisine are now owned by Hong Kong company and no longer Australian


Four’N Twenty pies are no longer Australian: Iconic Aussie brands including tradie favourite and Lean Cuisine are snapped up by Hong Kong company for $500million

  • Australian companies Vesco Foods and Patties Foods were sold for $500million
  • Patties makes Four’n’Twenty pies while Vesco makes Lean Cuisine meals 
  • They were sold to Hong Kong investment firm Pacific Alliance Group 
  • The brands join a long list of iconic Aussie product now owned by foreign firms  

A number of iconic Australian brands have been snapped up by an overseas company, including footy favourite Four’n’Twenty pies, in a deal worth $500million.

One of the largest private equity firms in Asia, Hong Kong based Pacific Alliance Group (PAG), has bought Patties Foods which owns…



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