Doehler Group acquires Boon Flavours in Thailand to strengthen footprint in South East Asia

Doehler has acquired Boon Flavours, located in Bangkok, Thailand, thus strengthening its presence in South East Asia (Image: Unsplash)

Doehler has acquired Boon Flavours, a flavour house located in Bangkok, Thailand. As part of this acquisition, Boon Flavours will be known as Doehler Thailand going forward and be managed by its founder, Piya Boonnamkitsawad.

In 2018, Boon built a flavour plant in Bangkok. Using its technologies, the company has developed a great variety of local flavour tonalities that extends Doehler’s global taste portfolio. Boon will have access to all of Doehler’s taste technologies and, together with Doehler’s application labs in Indonesia and Thailand, global and local customers can expect to benefit from enhanced services and a more extensive product portfolio in the region.

Consumers are looking for pronounced sensory experiences in nutrition: superior taste, a perfect appearance and well-balanced mouthfeel – each of these components play a significant role for consumers when choosing their products, ultimately guiding their preferences towards a better human nutrition.

Boon’s variety of local flavours, now integrated into Doehler’s global taste portfolio, contributes perfectly to the trend providing superior natural flavours to the food, beverage, and lifescience and nutrition industry. This strategic acquisition further strengthens Doehler’s commitment to meeting the evolving needs of customers and consumers for excellent and remarkable tasty, healthy and sustainable solutions.

Piya Boonnamkitsawad, the founder of Boon Flavors, expressed: “Teaming up with Doehler, we are looking forward to enhance our customer-oriented culture, foster long-term customer relationships, expand and strengthen our presence in the Southeast Asia market and continue delivering top-quality products while effectively supporting customers´ demand for more sustainability.”