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October 23, 1992 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Unipac Corp. Changes Name: Unipac Corp. changed its name to Hansen Natural Corp. on Thursday with the approval of shareholders. The Brea company's wholly owned subsidiary, Hansen Beverage Co., markets and distributes Hansen's Natural Sodas in the western United States. Hansen Natural acquired Hansen Beverage in July.
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October 23, 1992 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Unipac Corp. Changes Name: Unipac Corp. changed its name to Hansen Natural Corp. on Thursday with the approval of shareholders. The Brea company's wholly owned subsidiary, Hansen Beverage Co., markets and distributes Hansen's Natural Sodas in the western United States. Hansen Natural acquired Hansen Beverage in July.
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June 12, 1992
Unipac Corp., a holding company in Irvine, agreed Thursday to buy Brea-based Hansen Beverage Co., a maker of all-natural soda and apple juice. Unipac will pay $10.7 million plus 667,667 shares of its common stock to Hansen. The agreement also includes an option to purchase additional Unipac stock. In addition, if the business attains certain performance goals, Hansen may also be paid up to $1.71 million more in cash and Unipac common stock.
BUSINESS
July 30, 1992
Unipac Corp. has completed its purchase of the Hansen "original natural" sodas brand from California CoPackers Corp. in Brea in a deal valued at $13.3 million, it was reported Wednesday. Unipac, an Irvine-based holding company, agreed to pay $10.4 million to discharge certain Hansen liabilities, issue 667,667 common shares of Unipac, grant options to buy up to 1.2 million Unipak shares and pay another $1.
BUSINESS
July 30, 1992
Unipac Corp. has completed its purchase of the Hansen "original natural" sodas brand from California CoPackers Corp. in Brea in a deal valued at $13.3 million, it was reported Wednesday. Unipac, an Irvine-based holding company, agreed to pay $10.4 million to discharge certain Hansen liabilities, issue 667,667 common shares of Unipac, grant options to buy up to 1.2 million Unipak shares and pay another $1.
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October 7, 1992 | CAROL SMITH, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Two years ago, brothers Bill, Bob and Chuck Groux were hawking Snapple brand iced teas and lemonades from stands on street corners, in front of gas stations and in the parking lots of convenience stores. But theirs were not typical lemonade stands. Their Groux Distribution is now a rapidly growing competitor in the so-called New Age drink market, a segment that has caught the attention of beverage giants Coca-Cola Co. and Pepsico Inc.
BUSINESS
June 12, 1992
Unipac Corp., a holding company in Irvine, agreed Thursday to buy Brea-based Hansen Beverage Co., a maker of all-natural soda and apple juice. Unipac will pay $10.7 million plus 667,667 shares of its common stock to Hansen. The agreement also includes an option to purchase additional Unipac stock. In addition, if the business attains certain performance goals, Hansen may also be paid up to $1.71 million more in cash and Unipac common stock.
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