VALATIE, N.Y. – Tierra Farm, a certified organic manufacturer and distributor of nuts, dried fruits, coffee and chocolate products, has promoted Cameron Boll to its supply chain manager position.
Boll joined Tierra Farm in 2011 as an associate at the Tierra Farm Coffee Shop on Madison Avenue in Albany. From there, he was promoted to account manager and production manager at Tierra Farm in Valatie.
“In his years with us at Tierra Farm and in each of the positions he’s held, Cameron has continually gone above and beyond, establishing himself as a vital member of our logistics staff,” said Todd Kletter, CEO, Tierra Farm. “His promotion to supply chain manager will continue to ensure we run seamlessly as we continue to add new customers.”
Boll’s promotion to this position comes at a time of unprecedented growth for Tierra Farm. Through the sale of its more than 200 products to wholesalers and individual customers, Tierra Farm generated more than $21.4 million in sales in 2016. As these numbers continue to grow, Tierra Farm was named for the first time this year to the Inc. 5000 List of Fastest Growing Companies.
Born and raised in Valatie, Boll has spent time helping to build houses with Habitat for Humanity. He also enjoys playing basketball, tennis, softball, golfing and hiking, while coaching youth baseball and basketball teams.
About Tierra Farm:
Located in Valatie, N.Y., just 20 miles south of Albany, Tierra Farm is an employee-owned, environmentally-conscious farm specializing in the processing of certified organic nut, seed, dried fruit, coffee and chocolate products. Everything is grown without synthetic pesticides, genetically modified organisms, or chemical fertilizers, and sold at prices that are equally fair to farmers and consumers. Our products are available at food cooperatives and independently-owned grocery stores across the U.S, at our Valatie retail store and online at tierrafarm.com.