Michael “Jake” Jacobs to Lead Business Growth At Interfresh

Orange, CA – Interfresh, Inc., a national marketer of fruits and vegetables, announced today that industry veteran Michael “Jake” Jacobs has joined the company in the position of Director of Business Development.

Jacobs brings over 3 decades of industry experience to the role, including positions in the grower/shipper, marketer and distributor communities. In the new position of Director of Business Development, Jacobs will be tasked with expanding both the grower and customer base for the Interfresh commodity line.

“Jake brings a skillset to Interfresh that we are eager to capitalize on”, said Chris Puentes, Interfresh president. “He will be keenly focused on identifying and cultivating new relationships and opportunities, and we look forward to Jake helping us to open new doors on both the grower and the customer side, and also to expand our business with our current grower and customer base”, he concluded.

Jacobs added ”I don’t think I could have found a better fit than my fit with Interfresh. The team here remains committed to their values and conducting their business with integrity, and I think their 33 year history of success and growth proves that out. I am honored to be part of the team and look forward to helping Interfresh continue their growth”.

Jacobs will be based in a new sales office in Scottsdale, AZ, but work closely with all divisions of the company.

Now in its 33rd 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 supply chain experts 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.