New Chief Financial Officer for Reiter Affiliated Companies

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Berry Grower Announces Financial Leadership Change for Organization.

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Kyle Bunstein as Chief Financial Officer

"He embodies our values and embraces our culture, not only for himself, but also for his team and others throughout the organization. We are excited to see the new opportunities that Kyle will create and the strong collaboration he will build to propel us forward."

Reiter Affiliated Companies (RAC), the largest fresh multi-berry producer, announces the appointment of Kyle Bunstein as Chief Financial Officer (CFO), effective Friday, September 6, 2019.

Bunstein is a seasoned finance executive with seven years of experience within the RAC organization and more than 14 years in the financial sector. Equipped with a strong financial and business acumen, Bunstein most recently served as the Vice President, Treasurer for RAC, leading an international team of colleagues.

As the CFO, Bunstein will provide leadership, direction and management of the finance and accounting team as well provide strategic recommendations to the executive leadership of the organization and its Board of Directors.

“Apart from Kyle’s financial and business strengths, he has demonstrated a deep commitment to our core values and culture, volunteering his time on the local Oxnard Philanthropy Committee, and serving on the Board of Directors for the Boys and Girls Club of Oxnard and Port Hueneme,” said Hector Lujan, Chief Executive Officer of Reiter Affiliated Companies. “He embodies our values and embraces our culture, not only for himself, but also for his team and others throughout the organization. We are excited to see the new opportunities that Kyle will create and the strong collaboration he will build to propel us forward.”

To learn more about Reiter Affiliated Companies, please visit: http://www.berry.net

About Reiter Affiliated Companies

Reiter Affiliated Companies (RAC) is the largest fresh multi-berry producer in the world, growing Driscoll’s proprietary varieties of strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, and blackberries year-round in the United States, Canada, Baja California, Central Mexico, Portugal, Morocco, Canada and Peru.

The Reiter family began farming in the San Francisco Bay Peninsula and by the turn of the century had migrated south into Watsonville and the Santa Clara Valley. By the late 1970’s, operations expanded into Southern California where the headquarters is today. The company values of Honesty, Fairness and Respect line the corridors of every office, guiding and leading business principles and decisions. Those decisions have resulted in the organization’s position as an industry leader, adopting health and wellness programs, opening primary health clinics and partnering with local organizations to improve the quality of life for the farmworker community.

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