Kahiki Foods, Inc., the zany creators of bold and exciting frozen Asian food, today announces Mike Williams as its new Sōsa Gaido (Operations Guide). Williams will lead all Operations functions, including Production (Kitchen and Packaging), Quality, Warehousing, Facilities, Maintenance and Engineering.
Williams has been with Kahiki since 2008, and has held positions in Quality, Process Improvement, and Production, most recently overseeing all of the Kitchen and Packaging operations. He is a graduate of the Ohio State University with a BS in Microbiology and Food Science, and is currently completing his MBA degree at the Fisher College of Business at the Ohio State University.
"Mike has demonstrated that he is committed to continuous improvement, and delivering results in the right way," said Martin Kelly, The Big Kahuna (President) at Kahiki. "We are very pleased that we have been able to promote Mike into this position, which reaffirms our strategy of leveraging the talent, passion and creativity of our employees to move the company forward," added Kelly. Mike Williams commented, "I am really thrilled about this new challenge, and the personal growth opportunity that Kahiki has given me. We have a great team at Kahiki, and I look forward to working with them in this new role to excite and delight our customers with great tasting Kahiki products."
Over the last 12 months, Kahiki has been very active in building for its future. Kahiki has expanded its sales team, launched several new products that are firsts in the Asian frozen food category (Steam & Serve multi serve meals™, Bowl & Roll™ single serve meals and Yum-Yum Stix™, a creative execution of a traditional spring roll), and invested significant capital in increasing packaging capacity. "We are passionate about creating excitement for our consumers, and committed to leading the Asian frozen food category through focus, products, passion and speed", said Kahuna Kelly.
About Kahiki Foods, Inc.
What's not to LOVE about bold Asian flavors that kick your taste buds into overdrive? Making your meals a delicious adventure is what drives us to do what we've been doing now for over 40 years... creating fun, tasty recipes that make people happy. Even our name is silly... just try to say Kahiki [kah-hee-kee] without smiling. Join the action at kahiki.com.
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