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   Citrus Veteran John Famini Joins Interfresh Staff
by Interfresh
Posted: Wednesday, January 3, 2018 at 9:12AM EST

Orange, CA – Interfresh, Inc., a national marketer of fresh fruits and vegetables, announced today that citrus industry veteran John Famini has joined the company in the role of National Accounts Manager for the Citrus Department.

Famini, a graduate of California State University Northridge, brings 23 years of citrus experience to Interfresh, all of it with Sunkist Growers.

“John’s knowledge of the citrus industry and decades of experience will be a great asset to Interfresh”, said Darryl Anderson, Citrus Division Director. Interfresh president Chris Puentes agreed, adding “We’ve worked with John for many years, and we’re confident he’ll be a great addition to the team in expanding our citrus reach.”

Famini concurred, stating “I’ve worked with the Interfresh team for many years, and greatly respect the company. I’m looking forward to bringing my expertise to my new role here”.

Famini enjoys “long hikes, awesome road trips, and good beer” and has “a strong love of family”. His accomplishments include earning the President’s Award for Sales Excellence, among others, at Sunkist. He also has proudly served on the board of directors for the Southern California-based Fresh Produce and Floral Council.

Famini will be based in the Los Angeles offices of Interfresh.

Now in its 31st year of providing fresh fruits and vegetables to retailers, wholesalers and foodservice distributors, Interfresh continually strives to provide top-quality products year-round. The experienced employees of Interfresh are driven by their passion to provide unparalleled services for a consistent, high-quality supply of fresh fruits and vegetables season to season. In addition to tomatoes, citrus, berries, melons, and avocados, Interfresh handles an extensive line of fresh products including corn, asparagus, pineapple, yams, sweet potatoes, bell peppers, cucumbers, grapes and soft fruit.

Source: Interfresh


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