After $7.1 Billion Sale Of Frutarom, Ori Yehudai To Join The Sade Group As Active Chairman and Investor


Ori Yehudai: “I took a company worth $3 million and sold it to IFF at $7.1 billion in 2018. In my opinion, the success of our cannabis company will be to build an industrial pharmaceutical company with the strictest standards, we had two such plants, and I know what that means. Some of the companies operating in the market today do not necessarily know what it means to comply with standards and how to build a long-lasting successful venture.”

Frutarom former CEO and shareholder, Ori Yehudai, is joining a new venture in the cannabis world. After selling the successful company last year for $7.1 billion, he is now investing as partner and assuming as an active chairman, leading the Sade Group to triumph. He is joined in the company of multi-billionaire, international businessman, Yakir Gabay, a German real estate tycoon whom is a major shareholder and partner in the Sade Group. Also joined by businessman, Ran Nussbaum, co-founder and managing partner of The Pontifax Group, a capital firm investing in pharmaceutical and life sciences companies. With joint efforts, the company is currently raising funds to expand into new acquisitions. Sources close to the company expect that it will soon raise more significant funds, which will enable it to implement

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