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Fyffes CEO and Chairman to Retire

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Fyffes CEO and Chairman to Retire

Fyffes CEO and Chairman to Retire
July 21
09:07 2020
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Fyffes, one of the world’s leading fresh produce companies which was acquired by the Sumitomo Corporation of Japan in 2017, has announced that its CEO and Chairman David McCann is to retire at the end of July after 34 years with the company. David McCann joined Fyffes in 1986. In 1989, he was appointed as Managing Director of Fyffes Group operations, before becoming Chief Executive in 1995 and subsequently Chairman in 2006.

David McCann.

David McCann says that it had been a privilege to lead Fyffes and to work with such a talented group of people over more than three decades. “Today Fyffes is the oldest fruit brand in the world and a leading supplier of fresh produce, employing over 10,000 people. I have greatly enjoyed working with everyone in Fyffes to build it into the major global fresh produce company it is today. I would like to take this opportunity to wish all of my colleagues in Fyffes and Sumitomo Corporation great success as they chart the future course for this very special business.”

Helge Sparsoe will join the company as Chief Executive Officer. He says: “I am incredibly excited to be joining Fyffes at this time. My plans are to fully settle into the role, get to know our great talents and everything about Fyffes operations, before setting out our long-term growth strategy. I look forward to getting to know the business, meeting all its employees, our valuable customers and partners – even if for now virtually.”

Tom Wada will take up the position as Chairman of Fyffes.


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