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Ardo appoints new product manager

11 November 2010

Charing-based frozen fruit and vegetable processing company Ardo UK has appointed Stuart Hiscott as its new product manager

Stuart, 27, was formerly product manager at Knauf Drywall plasterboard manufacturers at Kemsley and brings his marketing skills to Ardo’s wide range of fruit and vegetable products.

Simon Baxter, marketing director at Ardo, said: “Stuart joins us at an exciting time for Ardo, which has seen the recent opening of our new £15m processing plant and the development of new product ranges.”

Cornish-born Stuart is married with a baby daughter and lives near Chilham in an old chapel, which he has spent three years converting into a family home.

He said: “I am enjoying the new challenge very much and have learned in just a few weeks that things are developing all the time as Ardo takes on an expanding share of the UK frozen fruit and vegetable sector.”

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