Sanford’s Kuntzsch resigns

Staff reporters
Thu, 10 Sep 2020

Staff reporters
Thu, 10 Sep 2020
The chief executive of Sanford, Volker Kuntzsch has resigned after seven years at the helm of the seafood firm.Chair Rob McLeod said Kuntzsch’s last day will be Sept. 18.In the interim, chief operating officer Andre Gargiulo will be acting chief executive. The board said it would shortly commence an international search for a permanent replacement.“As we now move towards a greater focus on consumer-driven innovation and marketing, Volker and the Sanford Board have agreed that now would be a sensible time for a new leader to drive th...

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