Emmi Roth main competitors are Matson, Valley Queen Cheese, and Wilbur Curtis.
Competitor Summary. See how Emmi Roth compares to its main competitors:
|Company||Founding Date||Zippia Score||Headquarters||# of Locations||Revenue||Employees|
|Wisconsin Dells, WI||1||$21.4M||300|
The Republic of Tea
|New York, NY||1||$34.2B||3,000|
|Urban Honolulu, HI||10||$4.3B||4,149|
|Company||Highest Salary||Hourly Salary|
The Wasserstrom Company
Nissin International Transport U.S.A.
United 1 International Laboratories
Smith Dairy - Smith's
Samuel Adams Brewery
The Republic of Tea
Valley Queen Cheese
|Samuel Adams Brewery||55%||45%|
|Company||White||Hispanic or Latino||Black or African American||Asian||Unknown||Diversity Score|
Matthew J. Cox is president and CEO of Matson, Inc. He became CEO in June 2012, and has been president since 2008. Cox is responsible for overseeing the entire Matson organization, which includes Matson Navigation Company, Inc. (ocean transportation), Matson Logistics, Inc. (logistics) and Matson Terminals, Inc. (terminal operations in Hawaii). He also serves on the board of directors of Matson, Inc. In addition to his Matson responsibilities, Cox is on the board of SSAT, a stevedoring joint venture in which Matson owns 35 percent. Cox joined Matson in June 2001 as senior vice president and chief financial officer. In 2005, he became executive vice president and chief operating officer. He had a key role in the start up of Matson’s China – Long Beach Express in 2006. Prior to Matson, Cox had 15 years of experience in the transportation industry, 12 of which were spent at American President Lines, Ltd. (APL). From 1999 to 2001, he held executive posts at Distribution Dynamics, Inc., a provider of outsourced logistics, inventory management and integrated information systems based in Danville, California; he was the company's executive vice president and chief operating officer at the time he joined Matson. From 1987 to 1999, Cox held positions of increasing responsibility at APL, covering both financial and operational aspects of the company, including vice president, refrigerated container market; managing director, Middle East, Africa, Indian Subcontinent Region Dubai, United Arab Emirates; and director, financial support services. Cox serves on the board of the Standard Club and the Children’s Hospital of Oakland. Cox has a bachelor’s degree in accounting and finance from the University of California, Berkeley and is a certified public accountant; he is also a graduate of the Harvard Business School Advanced Management Program
As Bama’s Chief Executive Officer, Paula provides strategic leadership and direction to the entire organization. Her vision stands as a beacon for Bama team members, inspiring the organization to achieve the Bama mission – “People Helping People Be Successful”. Paula assumed responsibility as CEO of the Bama Companies in 1984, which now includes Bama Pie, Bama Foods, Bama Frozen Dough, Beijing Bama and Bama Europa. Under her leadership Bama has expanded to provide a wide variety of frozen desserts and baked goods to fast food chains and casual and family dining restaurants. Paula received her Bachelor of Science in business from Oklahoma City University (OCU) in 1982, and her PhD in commercial science, also from OCU, in 1993. Paula is the author of four books, the most recent was co-authored with New York Times bestselling author Jim Stovall. The Executive Entrepreneur is an important conversation starter about how all business people must embrace both entrepreneurship and management to succeed.
Steven Naccarato leads, transforms and scales food & beverage and nutraceutical companies. With over 25 years of industry experience, Naccarato’s expertise lies in new product development, international supply chain management, and building strong manufacturing teams. As a seasoned operations executive, he has successfully launched 400+ new products including private label brands for top North American retailers and has secured several multi-national contracts with major food brands (Coca Cola Foods, Quaker Oats). Naccarato’s deep knowledge in food manufacturing has led him to an active role as President of Saskatchewan Food Processors Association and a Director of Saskatchewan Food Centre. Currently, Naccarato serves as Board Member and Chief Executive Officer for Nutiva, where he pioneered the development and US launch of organic virgin coconut oil as a successful mass consumer product in 2002. Prior to Nutiva, he was Co-founder/COO of SasCoPack and GM of $60M beverage bottling company. SPECIALITIES General Management / F&B Manufacturing / Sales / Operations / Innovation / Supply Chain management PRODUCT CATEGORIES Oils / Seeds / Nutraceuticals / Food / Beverages NATIONAL BRANDS Nutiva / Ocean Spray / Minute Maid / Fruitopia / Nestea / Powerade / Gatorade / Tetley Tea / PRIVATE LABEL BRANDS Costco’s Kirkland Signature / Wholefoods 365 / Safeway Select / GNC / President Choice / Vitamin Shoppe / Vitacost / Swanson / 7-Eleven / Natures Way / Jarrow / NBTY Brands / Our Compliments
Marc Isaacs is a Retired at Sun Orchard and is based in Phoenix Arizona Area. He has worked as Chief Financial Officer at Sun Orchard and President/CEO at Sun Orchard. Marc works or has worked at Deloitte. He attended Golden Gate University, State University of New York, and Albany.
Tom McCurry is a CEO - Partner at Cains Foods and Managing Director - COO at Cains Foods and is based in Dallas, Texas. He has worked as National Sales Manager at Sosland Publishing; Vice President at Manildra Group USA; and Vice President at Jenco, Inc.. Tom studied at University of Kansas between 1986 and 2016.