G&S Foods Hires Thomas Koppelmann as Vice President of Sales

March 8, 2023
The Hain Celestial veteran joins co-packer and private label manufacturer of salty snacks.
G&S Foods, an eastern Pennsylvania co-packer and private label manufacturer of salty snacks, hired Thomas Koppelmann as Vice President of Sales effective March 6. He replaces the retiring Chuck Sinon.

Koppelmann previously worked at Hain Celestial Group, most recently leading as senior director of its Contract Manufacturing Department, where he was responsible for the manufacturing needs for the entire Hain grocery and snacks portfolio.

In 2018, G&S Foods was purchased by MAW Acquisitions LP. G&S is in the process of building a new manufacturing facility in Abbottstown Pa., expected in the spring of 2024.

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