Matt Wineinger becomes President of United Sugars Corporation

by | Jun 10, 2015 | Career Transition, Client Placement | 0 comments

We are pleased to announce that Matt Wineinger has been selected to serve as the next President of United Sugars Corporation.

Most recently Matt served as President of Bulk Ingredients for Tate & Lyle PLC where he had global responsibility for the production and sales of $3.8 billion of commodity sweeteners, industrial starches, ethanol and acidulants.    He oversaw more than 3000 employees and operations of three corn plants in the United States, one in Morocco and Eaststarch, with corn plants in Bulgaria, Hungary, Slovakia and Turkey.   His responsibilities also included acidulant plants in the United States, Colombia and Brazil.   In addition, Matt served on the Board of Almidones Mexicanos S. A. de C.V. (Almex) in Guadalajara, Mexico.   A native of Kansas, Matt is a graduate of Kansas State University and Stanford University Graduate School of Business.

Formed in January of 1994, United Sugars Corporation is the leading marketer of industrial sugar. They offer sugar for almost any use — and currently supply approximately one-fourth of the total U.S. demand. United Sugars Corporation is a marketing cooperative owned by three sugar producers: American Crystal Sugar Company, Minn-Dak Farmers Cooperative and United States Sugar Corporation.Their supply chain is designed to assure that our sugar is consistently delivered on-time, and meets our specifications. Matt’s extensive knowledge and experience in the commodity food ingredient business make him an excellent fit for United Sugars. Importantly, Matt has a very good understanding of their customers’ service and quality requirements and a sincere commitment to realizing their vision of becoming the preferred sugar supplier to each of their valued customers.