stanley mifsud/ LinkedIn

AppleCore Foods Ltd has announced the appointment of Stanley Mifsud as CEO, replacing Pierre Mattocks.

The appointment, announced on Monday, follows a series of top management appointments at the company, as part of its next phase of development.

AppleCore Foods Ltd is an import and distribution food and beverage company with over 35 years of experience in the business. Some of its premium brands include Arla, Beretta, San Carlo and Segafredo Zanetti among others.

Chair of the Board Pierre Mattocks / LinkedIn

Despite the change in role, Mr Mattocks will remain an integral part of the company as he is taking on the role of Chair of the Board, providing continued guidance and vision to the company.

Mr Mifsud, has a Bachelor of Commerce (Hons) in Banking and Finance as well as a Masters in Financial Services at University of Malta. He was also awarded an MBA from Henley Business School.

His career includes top managerial positions in insurance and management consulting, in addition to roles as a member of the Board of Directors at European Investment Bank and other senior advisory positions within Government Ministries.

“We extend our heartfelt gratitude to Pierre Mattocks, the driving force behind AppleCore Foods for his outstanding contributions during his tenure as CEO,” the company commented.

Chief Commercial Officer Antoinette Stellini / LinkedIn

Meanwhile, Antoinette Stellini will be taking on the role of Chief Commercial Officer. She joined the company in 2012 as Director of Sales and now, after “leading the growth of AppleCore Foods’ sales efforts over the last years,” she has been promoted to the C-suite position.

Additionally, Dylan Cassar, a longstanding member of the company’s sales management team, will be taking the role of Director of Sales, succeeding Ms Stellini.  

Director of Sales Dylan Cassar / LinkedIn

On the other hand, AppleCore Foods also announced the appointment of Therisa Cassar as Director of Human Resources. Ms Cassar is “another longstanding member the AppleCore Foods family.”

AppleCore Foods  explained that these changes reflect the company’s “commitment to growth, innovation, and serving its customers with excellence.”

“We’re confident that these changes will further strengthen AppleCore Foods’ position in the industry, and we’re excited about the future ahead and the opportunities these changes will bring,” the company concluded.

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