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Wheat Quality Council names Dave Green as new executive vice president

The Wheat Quality Council aims to improve the value of wheat to the US supply chain.

Wheat Quality Council has selected Dave Green as its new executive vice president and he will be responsible for the oversight of all operations starting January 9, 2017, the Council announced in a release.

The Wheat Quality Council’s goal is to improve the value of all US wheat classes for producers, millers, and processors of wheat, according to its website.

Green has 30 years of experience working for ADM Milling Company, most recently as director of Quality Control and Laboratory Services. He is also a former chairman for the Board of Directors for the Wheat Foods Council and a 25-year member of the American Society of Baking.

Bringing expertise to the bench

Commenting on Green’s new position, Wheat Quality Council chair, Lee Sanders, said, “Dave Green brings a wealth of technical expertise and practical knowledge to the position.”

“The Wheat Quality Council is confident that, with Dave’s exceptional leadership and comprehensive abilities, the organization will not only maintain its mission and vision, but will further develop it to an enhanced level.”

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