Wixon Promotes Mary Nameth to Food Ingredients Buyer

July 12, 2013

Wixon, a manufacturer of seasonings, flavors, and technologies for the food and beverage industry, has announced the appointment of Mary Nameth to the position of Food Ingredients Buyer.

In this role, Nameth will assume responsibility for purchasing food ingredients, including chemicals, flavors, garlic, and onion. She previously served as Purchasing Clerk at Wixon for the past two years.

Nameth received an associate degree in business management from Milwaukee Area Technical College (MATC) and will pursue a master of business administration with a specialization in operations and supply chain management from Marquette University in Milwaukee in the fall. She is a member of the Institute for Supply Management (ISM) and resides in Franklin, Wis.

For more than 100 years, Wixon has been a trusted provider of flavors, seasonings, and technologies for food and beverage manufacturers. With its scientific and culinary capabilities combined with a passion for service, Wixon drives innovation and solutions for its customers. Wixon focuses on its core areas of expertise: Industrial Ingredients, including Foodservice; Consumer Products; and Protein. Customers are encouraged to tap into a portfolio of services, including R&D, custom formulation development, turnkey solutions, and menu ideation. Wixon ingredients are globally-sourced and go beyond FDA standards to ensure quality and cleanliness. The company also offers spice grinding, blending, and a complete line of package engineering options. Located in St. Francis, Wis., a suburb of Milwaukee, Wixon is GFSI Certified to FSSC 22000, ISO9001 Certified, and QAI Organic Certified. More information on Wixon or any of its products may be obtained at www.wixon.com or by calling (414) 769-3000.

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