Divine Flavor Elevates Patrick Cortes to Vice President of Sales and Carlos Bon to Senior Vice President of Sales; Alan Aguirre Comments
In order to build up its operations, Divine Flavor recently announced the restructuring of its executive sales team. Patrick Cortes will now serve as Vice President of Sales and Carlos Bon will step into the role of Senior Vice President of Sales.
Divine Flavor, a Nogales, AZ-based produce grower and distributor, announced the restructuring of its executive sales team, elevating Patrick Cortes to vice president of sales and Carlos Bon to senior vice president of sales.
Nogales-based produce distributor and grower Divine Flavor announced they have restructured their executive sales team—elevating Patrick Cortes to vice president of sales and Carlos Bon to senior vice president of sales.
Nogales-based produce distributor and grower Divine Flavor has restructured its executive sales team—elevating Patrick Cortes to vice president of sales and Carlos Bon to senior vice president of sales.
“We are part of a very relationship-oriented industry,” says Michael DuPuis with Divine Flavor. “This makes it important for us to be present at the right events at the right time.” For that reason, Divine Flavor will be exhibiting at SEPC’s Southern Innovations event from September 14 – 16 in Charlotte, North Carolina. “It is our first time attending and exhibiting at this event and Patrick Cortes from the team is looking forward to meeting with attendees at our booth.”
Divine Flavor to Showcase Strong Portfolio at Southern Innovations; Patrick Cortes and Michael DuPuis Share
The Southern Innovations excitement is heating up! Divine Flavor is taking to the Southeast Produce Council’s (SEPC) annual event with a powerful portfolio in tow, and the supplier is more than ready to show off the strength of its year-round offerings. As the company gears up for this anticipated event, I touched base with Patrick Cortes, Director of Business Development and Strategic Planning, for more details.
Fresh Plaza: The Mexican grape season kept getting pushed back due to a May month that was unusually cool. Although the weather helped with the coloring of the grapes, it slowed down the maturity. “The grape season has been late before, but this was probably the latest it has ever been,” says Carlos Bon with Divine Flavor
A wild Mexican table grape shipping season will mostly end in late July, in the general consensus of key industry players. The industry expects its final Mexican harvest volume figure will be 24.5 million boxes, according to Michael Dupuis of Divine Flavor LLC.