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Glory Foods' board of directors named G. Barry Huff the company's new president. In this position Huff will be responsible for developing marketing programs and services to increase brand awareness and sales for the Southern-style foods distributor. Huff takes the reins following the Dec. 27 death of the company's co-founder and president, William F. Williams. Prior to coming to Glory Foods, Huff was vice president of sales and marketing at Hoopeston Foods Inc., a private label food processor based in Bloomington, Minnesota. Glory Foods was BLACK ENTERPRISE magazine's 1996 Emerging Company of the Year and generated nearly $30 million in 2001. Black Enterprise/Greenwich Street Corporate Growth Partners, which is co-owned by Earl G. Graves Ltd., BE'S parent company, owns a stake in Glory Foods.
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Author:Hughes, Alan
Publication:Black Enterprise
Date:Nov 1, 2002
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