Fyffes Signals Strong Growth Potential with Latest Leadership Appointment of Frank Burkhardt as Chief Commercial Officer

June 6, 2024 Fyffes

Leading global tropical fresh fruit producer, Fyffes, has announced the appointment of Frank Burkhardt as Chief Commercial Officer to oversee an ambitious growth strategy, which includes the promotion of a new sustainable brand proposition, Trudi’s, and a focus on delivering against the company vision – Shaping Wellbeing for the World – over the coming years. 

Fyffes Finds: Waterford School is Ireland’s Fittest

May 27, 2024 Fyffes

Supported by Irish fruit importer Fyffes and tracked online, the purpose of the competition, launched last Autumn and now in its third year, was to promote the importance of exercise, fitness and healthy eating amongst young people. A central feature of the programme was a series of exercise routines which competing schools could adopt as part of their PE curriculum and against which performance could be measured. Previous competition winners were Scoil Na Croise Naofa, Dunfanaghy (2022) and Gilson National School, Oldcastle (2023).

Fyffes Melon Subsidiary in Honduras Receives Fundahrse Socially Responsible Company Seal for Second Consecutive Year

December 13, 2023 Fyffes

The Honduran Foundation for Social Responsibility (FUNDAHRSE) awarded the Socially Responsible Company Seal for the second consecutive year to Sol Group, Fyffes melon subsidiary in Honduras, for its commitment to corporate social responsibility and the wellbeing of its workers and their communities.

Fyffes Appoints Irish Para Rowing World Champion Katie O’Brien to Children’s Fitness Team

September 29, 2023 Fyffes

Banana distributor, Fyffes has expanded its ‘Fit Squad’ coaching team with their appointment of World Para Rowing champion, Katie O’Brien from Clarinbridge.

Fyffes Publishes Second Sustainability Report and Progress on Targets

September 26, 2023 Fyffes

Fyffes published its second sustainability report, which highlights the company’s progress towards its 13 sustainability targets during 2021 and 2022. These targets have been set against a 2020 baseline year and are expected to be met by 2030.