Haycock-West said the move was likely to fuel "dynamic growth" at Ben Burgers over the coming 12 months as the company benefitsed from access to the corporate infrastructure, business expertise and buying power.
"We are already engaged in negotiating a number of significant and ground-breaking contracts for Ben Burgers - a company with award-winning products that are recognised by renowned chef, Marco Pierre White, as leaders in their field," he said.
Ben Burgers - established in 1999 to supply fresh, prime, 100% pure, free-range British steak beefburgers - will retain is own trading identity alongside Bluefield's existing roster of brands, which include Bluefields Meat, Kentish Gold Sausages, and Joe Smokes American Style Ribs.
"This move enables us to invest further in the business and gain real competitive advantage, responding to the needs of the market with speed and proactively delivering real value to our increasing customer base," said Roy Baker, head of sales at Ben Burgers.
Bluefields Group supplies top restaurants, caterers, gastropubs, hotels and leisure facilities.