Oprah invests in Centerbridge-backed True Food Kitchen


True Food Kitchen, Andrew Weil, Oprah Winfrey, restaurants, private equity
Media mogul Oprah Winfrey poses backstage during the American Theatre Wing's 70th annual Tony Awards in New York, U.S., June 12, 2016. Courtesy of REUTERS/Andrew Kelly
  • In 2015, Winfrey bought 10 percent of Weight Watchers
  • Andrew Weil, known for his anti-inflammatory pyramid, founded True Food in 2008
  • Centerbridge will retain a majority of True Food
Oprah Winfrey has invested in True Food Kitchen, a health-driven restaurant chain backed by Centerbridge Partners. Terms weren’t disclosed. Centerbridge will remain controlling shareholder of True Food. Unlike her partnership with Weight Watchers International, Winfrey will not serve as a ...

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