Nature Fresh Farms hires director of marketing

Headquartered in Leamington, Ontario, Nature Fresh Farms welcomes seasoned marketer Stephanie Swatkow as new director of marketing. 

 

Beginning her career in advertising with Young and Rubicam, Swatkow worked with global agencies including MacLaren McCann and JWT (Enterprise Creative Selling) before joining the design firm Mamone & Partners. Bringing more than 20 years of advertising and marketing experience to Nature Fresh Farms, she has worked with many brands including Ford, Kraft, Kool-Aid, Jell-O, Airmiles, LCBO, Fairmont, HomeSense and Birks. Through her experience in consumer-packaged goods, automotive and retail sectors, she has a deep knowledge of brand development and management. 

 

“We have experienced some tremendous growth recently, and we are excited to have Stephanie guide us toward continued success in growing the Nature Fresh Farms market,” said director of business development, Ray Wowryk.

 

Nature Fresh Farms is a year-round grower with farms in Leamington, Ontario, Delta, Ohio and Mexico. 

 

Source:  Nature Fresh Farms May 6, 2020 news release

 

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