August 25, 2023

Mary’s Gone Crackers Announces New VP of Operations Nate Lindsay

Mary’s Gone Crackers, a leading organic, gluten-free and non-GMO cracker brands, recently welcomed Nate Lindsay as its new Vice President of Operations. Lindsay’s vast experience in operations management and logistics within the food and beverage industry makes him a valuable addition to the company.

“We’re absolutely thrilled to have Nate join our team,” said Taki Fujii, Chairman of Mary’s Gone Crackers. “His passion for delivering high-quality products to consumers and past experience with production and manufacturing are a winning fit. I’m excited to see what the future holds and how he can support the brand in new ways.”

As Mary Gone Crackers’ newest team member, Lindsay will provide support in warehouse management and operations, including inventory management, shipping, receiving and quality control. He has accumulated more than 25 years of experience in plant manufacturing and operations, most recently from Ready Roast Company, an industrial supplier and processor of tree nuts in central California. Earlier in his career, Lindsay was responsible for operational success within Keurig Green Mountain Coffee and Land O’Lakes. He will specifically use this expertise to help Mary’s Gone Crackers find cost-effective ways to meet its future plans for growth. In the past year alone, the brand has introduced two new product lines – Kookies and Cheezee – and looks to Lindsay to oversee operations for the expanding selections of gluten-free options.

Lindsay earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration, Management and Operations from Purdue University in West Lafayette, IN.

He adds, “I was drawn to Mary’s Gone Crackers’ mission to foster enduring connections between people and nutritious snacks in an innovative and sustainable way. I look forward to making these high-quality products available to more consumers nationwide and across Canada.”

To find Mary’s Gone Crackers near you, access their store locator here. For more information, visit Mary’s Gone Crackers.

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