HBF International Welcomes Four New Members to its Sales Team
MCMINNVILLE, OR – HBF International, formerly Hurst’s Berry Farm, has expanded its sales force with the addition of four new members to the team.
Jessica Menke has been hired to Domestic Sales. She started with HBF International in early 2011 as a sales assistant, according to a press release. The experience she gained assisting the sales force with orders, customer service and truck transportation has made her an asset to the team.
Phillip Moreland has been hired to Domestic/Food Service Sales. Previously, he worked as Director of Sales for Sunnyside Packing Company. Phillip will work out of the HBF International California office and will take on the additional growth of HBF’s domestic and food service sales.
Barry Foley has been hired to Export Sales. He is an industry veteran with a career going back to 1986. Barry has held a variety of roles in the produce industry including managing his own export brokerage business for eight years, according to a press release. He will be working with and growing the export program.
Hollie Spivey has been hired as a Sales Assistant. She has 13 years of experience in ag-related business. Hollie worked at Evergreen Agricultural Enterprises for six years. She will be the go-to person in the sales department to assist the team in putting in orders, doing sales support and follow-ups. She will also arrange truck transportation for the entire domestic berry output.
HBF hopes that this expanded sales force will be able to deliver even more high-quality berries from the world’s top growers to market.
Congratulations Jessica, Phillip, Barry and Hollie!