GREENVILLE, S.C., July 10, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Aunt Fannie's, Inc. (www.auntfanniesco.com), developer and manufacturer of the natural, non-toxic, fast-acting fruit fly solution, FlyPunch!™ is pleased to announce that Mr. Barclay Hope has chosen to serve as a mentor to the rapidly growing brand with a position on the company's Board of Advisors.
A thirty year member of the natural and organic food industry, Mr. Hope has had success as both an entrepreneurial owner-operator and as a corporate executive in the public sector. He is a successful entrepreneur, natural retail pioneer, and former president of Albert's Organics, North America's largest organic produce distributor. Under his leadership, Albert's grew its profits 5 times, and increased revenues from $60M to $200M.
Mr. Hope is also the founder of the Arts of Leadership, providing consulting and facilitation on the art of successful leadership. Mr. Hope's leadership expertise includes coaching executive teams on how to become more effective leaders: to encompass personal responsibility, conscious mindfulness in their conduct, and how to convey humanity and compassion while achieving better results.
Aunt Fannie's CEO Mat Franken states, "As one of the earliest adopters in the fresh and organic produce industry, Barclay has been a leader and champion of clean foods for decades. We're excited that Barclay feels Aunt Fannie's and our products are the next evolutionary stage of truly eating clean, and know that his foresight, knowledge and participation will go a very long way in advancing our collective mission."
Aunt Fannie's, Inc., founded by Mat Franken in 2013, is the maker of FlyPunch!, a powerful, non-toxic, all-natural fruit fly pesticide that is fast, simple, and safe for use around food.
Despite improvements in the sourcing, quality, and freshness of the foods we eat, the places where our foods are prepared are still cleaned and maintained with unsafe, toxic chemicals. It's time for a change.
Aunt Fannie's products empower families to take back their kitchens from toxins, make restaurants safer places to share a meal, and help food manufacturers create wholesome foods without risk of chemical contamination. For more information, visit: www.auntfanniesco.com
For further information or to arrange an interview with CEO, Mat Franken, please contact Kevin Oaks at firstname.lastname@example.org or (805) 969-3744.
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