After a twelve month absence, Tim Mack has returned to the food manufacturing sector to take over the reigns as Managing Director ofmayonnaise and dressing manufacturer Cremanaze. This is a major coup for the Kent-based company since he brings extensive experience in this business sector.
Mack has been in the food industry for over 30 years, the last 17 in mayonnaise and sauces as a director and shareholder of Suffolk Foods. His knowledge and expertise is expected to have a major impact onstrengthening Cremanaze's growth pattern.
Cremanaze recently embarked on the development of a range of own-label sauces and dressings. Mack is keen to exploit and expand the company's product development facility, bringing greater diversity to the company's range of mayonnaise as well as adding complementary products.
"Suffolk Foods was my life for a great number of years where I thoroughly enjoyed the excitement and challenges of being an integral part of its growth and prosperity from a new start business to one of Europe's most respected mayonnaise and sauce manufacturers," said Mack. "When we sold the business in 2004 I continued with the new owners for two years, deciding in 2006 that I needed to take a break and look for new challenges outside of the industry.
"Having had a great year out I realised I missed the 'buzz' and craved a new challenge. The opportunity of heading up Cremanaze, a company I knew and respected, was too good an opportunity to pass by and I look forward to the new, exciting role that I will be embracing at Cremanaze," he said.
"As md I will be looking to increase substantially our manufacturing operation to support greater product diversity. This will be achieved through expansion of the food development programme to ensure that we can satisfy the demands of such a diverse and interesting industry."