Joelson advises shareholders of Dishpatch on sale to Waitrose

Posted Friday 14th June 2024

Joelson, the leading London law firm, has advised the Founders of Dishpatch, the restaurant quality meal-kit delivery service, on its sale to Waitrose.

The sale supports the growth of Dishpatch under the continued leadership of Founder and CEO, Peter Butler.

Dishpatch was founded in 2020 during the first British covid-19 lockdown and now offers high-end restaurant quality recipe kits and prepared meals to its customers, inspired by leading international chefs.

Joelson team was led by Partner, David Grossbard and was supported by Senior Associate, Chinedu Onuchukwu and solicitor Georgia Edmondson.

Pete Butler, Founder and CEO of Dishpatch, commented:

“We are delighted to partner with Waitrose – a company that shares our commitment to quality food. This transaction marks an important milestone in Dishpatch’s growth and expansion. Thank you to David and the Joelson team for their exceptional legal guidance, expertly taking us through the transaction step by step.”

David Grossbard, Partner at Joelson, added:

“We are delighted to have advised on the sale of Dishpatch to Waitrose, and to have worked so closely with Pete throughout. This transaction is a significant milestone for Dishpatch, highlighting its strong market presence in the meal kit delivery sector. We believe the support from Waitrose will enable Dishpatch to expand its offerings and reach a wider audience, further solidifying its position as a leader in high-quality meal solutions.”

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