One World Beef announces executive promotion

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Terri Hall
Terri Hall was named vice president and facility manager at the company.
 
SOLANA BEACH, Calif. – One World Beef has appointed a woman to run the company’s 337,000 sq.-ft. beef processing facility.

Terri Hall was promoted to vice president and facility manager. Hall has worked for One World Beef for more than 10 years, and she brings more than 30 years of experience to the job.

 “Ms. Hall’s deep industry knowledge and experience in running our quality assurance and food safety intervention programs for over the last decade has expertly prepared her to take on this new role,” said Eric Brandt, president and CEO of the One World Beef family of companies. “As plant manager, Ms. Hall will hold responsibility for all operations of the facility and will oversee the day-to-day execution of our toll processing business model.”

Brandt described Hall as a perfectionist and said her “…wealth of industry knowledge in quality assurance, working with the USDA and other food safety regulatory bodies was critical in securing numerous certifications, including the impressive recognition as one of a small number of beef plants in the United States to be actively shipping to China.”

One World Beef is sold under the Brandt Beef, Imperial Valley Ranches, Brawley Beef and Baja Beef brands. The company also is the exclusive importer for Kagoshima Beef, Peter’s Farm Veal and Apeldoorn Veal. 

 

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READER COMMENTS (2)

By Ramiro Carlos 1/31/2018 1:50:45 PM
Just like the American miner that goes to Africa looking for the biggest Diamond. Comes home disappointed and finds it in his back yard. Congratulations Terri, you got what it takes

By Theresa Belcher 1/31/2018 10:17:52 AM
Congratulations Terri!