FARGO, N.D. (PRWEB) February 16, 2018
Healthy Food Ingredients (HFI) is pleased to announce Jim Hamel has joined its family as Chief Financial Officer and Greg Godsil as Business Development Manager.
Hamel’s role includes support of consistently supplying safe, quality food ingredients as it relates to the areas of finance, IT and human resources for HFI. Hamel brings universal financial expertise from previously-held positions at Pillsbury, Haagen Dazs, Sharpie, and most recently as CFO at Minova, a division of Orica.
Hamel graduated from North Dakota State University with a bachelor's degree in accounting and is a Certified Public Accountant.
Godsil’s newly-created role of business development manager will support overall business development efforts and sales strategies for HFI in realizing its vision of nourishing lives with healthy ingredients. Godsil was previously with Glanbia Ingredients – Ireland before joining HFI and has an extensive food industry background.
Godsil holds a bachelor of science degree in finance with minors in economics and business administration from Illinois State University.
“With the depth of Jim and Greg’s industry experience and knowledge, they will be integral in helping us realize our mission and values,” commented Brad Hennrich, HFI CEO and President.
About Healthy Food Ingredients (HFI)
HFI is a growing family of global specialty ingredient brands, which include SK Food International, Hesco/Dakota Organic Products, Suntava and Heartland Flax. Combined, HFI offers non-GMO, organic, certified transitional, gluten-free, and identity preserved pulses, soybeans, grains, seeds, flax, expeller oils, and signature product Suntava Purple Corn®. The company is dedicated to delivering safe, healthy, premium-quality ingredients and supply assurance in partnership with a diverse grower network.
Learn more at http://www.HFIfamily.com.
HFI is supported by Horizon Holdings, LLC, a San Francisco-based private investment firm with a significant track record in successfully building private and public companies.