USA 16.01.2024

Florida Food Products Welcomes Vince Macciocchi as New CEO to Drive Innovation and Growth

Source: The DairyNews
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Florida Food Products (FFP) has announced the appointment of Vince Macciocchi as its new CEO. With over 30 years of industry experience, Macciocchi most recently served as the President of ADM Nutrition and Chief Sales and Marketing Officer at ADM. In this role, he led ADM's multi-billion businesses in human nutrition, animal nutrition, and health and wellness.
Florida Food Products Welcomes Vince Macciocchi as New CEO to Drive Innovation and Growth
Expressing his enthusiasm, Macciocchi stated, "Joining the dynamic team at FFP is a true honor. FFP has established a differentiated position in the industry, and I am beyond excited to partner with our world-class team to take this great company to the next level. FFP is uniquely positioned to offer our customers and consumers innovative natural products and solutions, which will drive the next wave of growth in the food and beverage industry."

Christopher Sand, a board member at FFP, highlighted the strategic significance of Macciocchi's appointment, emphasizing his proven leadership and extensive experience. The board is confident that Macciocchi's contributions will play a crucial role in steering FFP through its next phase of ambitious growth, benefiting both the organization and its customers.
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