PAMELA CASTELLANO IS NEW GENERAL MANAGER AT HARVEST SENSATIONS
We at Hearn Kirkwood congratulate Pamela and wish her all the best in her endeavors.
Harvest Sensations, one of America’s top specialty produce companies, has announced that Pamela Castellano has joined the organization as general manager. Her responsibilities include the management of sales and operations and will lead product innovation and program development at the Los Angeles operation.
Castellano previously held the position of vice president of operations at Herb Thyme Farms in Compton, Calif., where she had a broad range of duties including managing customer service, transportation, production, inventory, purchasing, food safety and quality assurance. Prior to that, she was president and owner of the New England Herb Company in Claremont, N.H. The company was nominated two years in a row as Business of the Year.
“This is exactly what I want to be doing,” Castellano says. “Harvest Sensations is ripe for growth and it has a great group of people I’m honored to be with. I see a lot of potential in this specialty produce niche.” One initiative she looks forward to working on is to increase retail sales of specialty produce as well as grow sales to the foodservice industry.
Chris Coffman, Harvest Sensations president, says, “We are impressed with Pam’s leadership and team-building abilities. She has a wide range of experience in the specialty produce industry and we know she will be a tremendous asset to the continued growth of Harvest Sensations.”
About Harvest Sensations: Harvest Sensations is a leading specialty produce supplier to foodservice and retail operations in North America. Its product portfolio includes asparagus, herbs, peas, beans and unique varieties of potatoes, tomatoes and mushrooms from a network of local, national and international farms. The company focuses on customer service that builds trust with customers and provides value to each transaction, including assurance that every product is held to strict food-safety standards.
For more information, visit www.harvestsensations.com.