Real Good Food, the suppliers of bakers ingredients and bakers products, will
lose its chief financial officer Lee Camfield who steps down after five years.
Camfield is to take up a role as chief operating officer of a large privately
owned food manufacturing business and is succeed by Michael McDonough the
commercial finance director.
Stephen Heslop, chief executive officer, said: ‘I would like to thank Lee for
his commitment to the Group over the past five years and to the role he played
in the successful consolidation of our two principal operating businesses
earlier this year to form RenshawNapier.’
Camfield joined Real Good Food in 2004 from bakery company Golden West Foods,
a subsidiary of Rank Hovis Group where he was group financial controller. He has
previously held senior finance roles at Coca Cola & Schweppes Beverages, The
Cheese Company, and H.J. Heinz.
Camfield will leave at the end of the summer following a handover period.
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