Capital Indigo invests in Interdeli

Published: 11/March/2014

Mexico City, March 11th, 2014.-  Capital  Indigo announced that its fund “Indigo 1” has made an investment in Interdeli SAPI de CV for a majority control position.

Interdeli’s brands in Mexico, such as Libanius, Flaveur and Jocoque del Cielo are leaders in the segments  of specialty food where they operate. The company has successfully tapped the upper and upper-middle income  segments through its wide product portfolio which includes jocoque, pita bread, hummus and European style Fine Cheese, among others.

Everardo Camacho, Managing Partner at Capital Indigo, said: “Indigo is enthusiastic to partner with the founding shareholders of Interdeli. We look forward to actively contribute to boost Interdeli’s growth and support management to take its products, which are not only top quality but  also healthy, to a broader market”

Maan Hamade, Interdeli’s CEO, commented: “The Interdeli founding team, at all levels, is eager to reach the next level of its value proposition. We found in Capital Indigo the perfect match with whom we can meet our brand’s promise, broadening supply of innovative, quality products  to our constantly growing market.”

About Interdeli

Interdeli, headquartered in Queretaro, manufactures and commercializes specialty food focusing on dairy, bread and prepared food. The company was founded in 2000 and is leaded by its founders Maan Hamade and Monique Thome. More information is available at:

About Capital Indigo

Capital Indigo is a Private Equity firm based in Mexico City  that is focused on mid--‐market private equity and mezzanine debt investments. As an early—mover in the region’s mid--‐market private equity industry, Capital Indigo’s fund  “Indigo 1” invests in high--‐growth mid--‐sized enterprises. The fund’s managers share over 30 years of operational and investment experience and play an active role in each of their investments.