USA — American commodity trading company Scoular has renamed its food ingredient business: Scoular Food Innovation in an effort to showcases its capabilities in providing innovative ingredients to customers.
The company further notes that the new name reflects its “food industry expertise and experience supplying on-trend ingredients to meet growing consumer demand.”
“Scoular has long been a reliable partner delivering leading-edge food ingredients,” said Brian Hansen, general manager for Scoular Food Innovation.
“The new name highlights the experience our customers get when working with us — access to custom, innovative ingredients, solutions and service.”
Although new, Scoular Food Innovation carries the backing of Scoular’s global supply chain network and financial stability, with the 130-year-old company posting over US$9 billion in sales.
It will also enjoy long-term relationships with numerous top global food companies because of its experienced team, deep portfolio of high-quality, plant-based non-GMO and organic ingredients.
The business will focus on delivering ingredients that provide superior function, texture and flavor, according to a statement from the Omaha, Nebraska based company.
The new business is expected to leverage in-house research and development to create and commercialize innovative product formulations.
Sarah Kilan to head marketing at Scoular
The rebranding of the food ingredients arm follows the promotion of Sarah Kilian to director of brand marketing at Scoular.
She most recently was senior visual communication designer at Scoular, and earlier was visual communication designer.
“Sarah brings over 15 years of design and marketing experience to her new leadership role,” Scoular said.
“She is a passionate creative who has built her career through thoughtful collaboration and dedication to being an early adopter of new technology and practices.”
Meanwhile, the company’s chief executive officer Paul Maass, recently took up his appointment at the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City’s head office board of directors.
The Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City is one of 12 regional reserve banks that make up the United States central bank, which promotes the effective operations of the US economy.
Prior to this appointment, Maass served on the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City’s Omaha Branch board of directors in 2022.