Growth at Made In Nature results in new jobs and promotions

Growth at Made In Nature results in new jobs and promotions

The organic dried fruit snack company announces personnel additions and promotions.

Made In Nature LLC, the organic dried fruit snack company, is experiencing exciting changes and growth.  Committed to building their brand both in the US and globally, they are pleased to announce the following personnel additions and promotions:

In support of their brand building mission, Made in Nature is pleased to announce the addition of Mary Beth Wilson in the role of Sr. Brand Manager where she will put her extensive CPG background to work building the brand, the product portfolio and consumer awareness.  Mary Beth has 20 years in brand management experience, most recently with Airheads Xtremes.

Brent Jarrett has joined the company in the role of Eastern Sales Manager responsible for the eastern half of the US, Eastern Canada and US Territories.  Brent brings great knowledge and experience from a sister company; Delicious Foods which distributes fresh produce under the Sunsweet Fresh & Made In Nature brands, where he was the Director of Sales & Business Development. Brent has been with the company for 5 years and prior to that, spent over 25 years in procurement and retail roles with Supervalu, Kroger and Harris Teeter

David Blair has joined the organization in the role of Western Sales Manager responsible for the western half of the US and Western Canada.  David brings more than 20 years of sales experience most recently as a Senior Sales Rep with Natural Brokers, a Phoenix AZ food brokerage business with expertise in the Natural Foods space, covering the states of Colorado, New Mexico, Arizona and Utah.

Lastly, MIN is also pleased to announce the promotion of BJ Howard to the role of Manager, Customer Service.  BJ brings great experience to this new position that will maximize Made In Nature’s inside sales expertise and customer satisfaction.  BJ has six years of service with the company in various sales and customer service capacities.


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