article A few weeks ago, I reported on the fact that giant eagle pharmaceuticals, which has a combined workforce of 2,600 people in the US and Canada, was acquiring the Mexico-based Hyvee, a specialty pharmacy that specializes in the making of hyvees.
Now, the pharmacy has announced it has reached an agreement to buy the Mexico City-based pharmacy.
As part of the deal, the giant eagle brand will continue to produce Hyvees in Mexico, but the deal will allow the giant bird to continue to market its Hyveen brand in the Americas.
Hyveens are made from a protein-rich, naturally-occurring plant, and are considered one of the best foods for treating rheumatoid arthritis.
Hyvees are now sold in more than 70 countries around the world, including Canada, the UK, Australia, and New Zealand.
In 2018, the company announced that it would invest $30 million in its Mexico headquarters.
According to Bloomberg, the deal would make Hyveez one of its largest customers in the world.
Hyvapex, which also makes hywelts, also announced the acquisition, saying that it will become a subsidiary of giant eagle.