California Milk Advisory Board Names Stan Andre as New CEO.
MODESTO, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Aug. 16, 2000
The California Milk Producers Advisory Board (CMAB CMAB California Milk Advisory Board
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"Adri has made tremendous contributions to the CMAB over the years and, as CEO, he has reshaped how we market our milk products," said Jeffery Poston, CMAB Board Chairman. "He was instrumental in creating the current highly successful 'It's The Cheese' marketing campaign, now in its sixth year. He also led the development of a five-year strategic plan that expanded our marketing outside of California. We looked long and hard to find a replacement who can continue this legacy, and the board feels that Stan Andre has both the experience and the expertise we need."
Andre most recently served as Senior Vice President of Marketing and Sales for Nulaid Foods, Inc., Ripon, California Ripon is a city located in San Joaquin County, California. The population was 10,146 at the 2000 census. History
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"Stan is an excellent choice," said Boudewyn. "He has broad experience in the dairy industry and, through his tenure with the CMAB, understands the opportunities and issues facing California's dairy families. I am delighted to welcome him back to the CMAB and I believe he will be an outstanding CEO."
Established in 1969, the CMAB is headquartered in Modesto, California Modesto is the county seat of Stanislaus County in the U.S. state of California. As of the 2000 census, the city population was 188,856. Current census estimates place the population at 206,300. , and is the largest marketing board in the Western United States Noun 1. western United States - the region of the United States lying to the west of the Mississippi River
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The Real California Cheese program is a major and integral part of the CMAB's strategic five-year plan to increase milk production through increased sales of cheese under the Real California Cheese seal. In 1999, California milk production increased by 10.2 percent to a record 30.4 billion pounds, and the state's cheese production grew by 11.9 percent to a record 1.4 billion pounds, double what the state produced in 1990.
California is the nation's leading milk producer and the second largest cheese producer. Industry experts predict California will become the largest cheese-producing state within the next five years.