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Mosaic Meadows Names William Ritcey Vice President of Sales

Mosaic Meadows Names William Ritcey Vice President of Sales


KAUKAUNA, WI
Wednesday, August 15th, 2018

Three artisan cheesemakers—La Clare Family Creamery, Lamagna Italian Cheese, and Saxon Creamery—recently united under the Mosaic Meadows banner, as we reported in early June. Mosaic Meadows now has additional news: that of its most recent executive hire. William (Bill) K. Ritcey has been named Vice President of Sales for Mosaic Meadows.

William Ritcey, Vice President of Sales, Mosaic Meadows“I look forward to bringing together my experience with acquisitions at TreeHouse Foods as well as the dairy product knowledge from IPAP to help develop a growing organization at Mosaic Meadows,” Ritcey said in a press release. “The current combination of businesses, Lamagna Italian Cheese, LaClare Family Creamery, and Saxon Creamery, create an excellent base with which to work.”

Three artisan cheesemakers—La Clare Family Creamery, Lamagna Italian Cheese, and Saxon Creamery—recently united under the Mosaic Meadows banner

Ritcey has 38 years of experience in the food industry. He joins Mosaic Meadows after 16 years at TreeHouse Foods, a food manufacturing company, where he held a variety of sales and marketing positions. Most recently, he was TreeHouse Foods’ Director of Redistribution Sales. Prior to that, Ritcey moved to Wisconsin in 1992 to start Appleton, WI-based IPAP (Independent Procurement Alliance Program), a cheese and dairy company that grew to provide more than $100 million annually of Wisconsin cheese products to retail and food service accounts nationally.

Congratulations from all of us here at Deli Market News to William K. Ritcey!

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