Former Inventure Foods c.e.o. to lead Ronnoco Coffee

by Rebekah Schouten
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Ronnoco Coffee roasts, blends, grinds, packages and distributes premium coffee and teas under five primary brands.
 

ST. LOUIS — Terry McDaniel, former president and chief executive officer of Inventure Foods, Inc., has been named c.e.o. of Ronnoco Coffee L.L.C., a coffee roaster and specialty beverage solutions provider. Mr. McDaniel was president and c.e.o. of Inventure — which was recently acquired by Utz Quality Foods, L.L.C. — for the past 11 years.

Terry McDaniel, Ronnoco Coffee
Terry McDaniel, c.e.o. of Ronnoco Coffee

Mr. McDaniel brings to Ronnoco more than 30 years of food and beverage industry experience. Before Inventure, he held roles at Wise Foods, Häagen-Dazs, Nestle and Tropicana Products.

Ronnoco Coffee, jointly owned by Huron Capital Partners and Ronnoco management, roasts, blends, grinds, packages and distributes premium coffee and teas under five primary brands: Ronnoco, Seattle Roast, Wild Horse Creek, Henderson and Camellia. The company also provides beverages such as cappuccino, hot chocolate and smoothies as well as coffee-related products and equipment, including cups, flavoring syrups and condiments. Ronnoco supplies products directly to customers as well as through a network of third-party distributors throughout more than 30 states.

“This is a tremendous opportunity to expand and grow the Ronnoco specialty beverage business throughout the country,” Mr. McDaniel said. “Ronnoco has an excellent reputation with its customers and consumers for providing high-quality products supported with excellent service. I look forward to working together with the leadership team, board and Huron Capital in providing a path forward to seize on the opportunities in the high-growth beverage segments. I feel fortunate to be a part of Ronnoco’s rich heritage and to have a chance to work with such a dedicated and talented group.” 
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