Vision Produce Co. hires Scott Levario

Scott Levario has joined Vision Produce Co. and will be located in its Phoenix office. He will help grow the company's sales, procurement and distribution. Scott-L

Levario has an extensive background, which includes tenure at Safeway, holding positions of management in merchandising, buying and procurement.  Most recently he was regional director of procurement for Renaissance Food Group.

“We are excited to have Scott join our team here in Phoenix," said Lance Nichols, general manger Arizona division and vice president. "Scott comes with a high degree of integrity and diverse produce background. His great attitude and genuine personality will make him a great fit for the Arizona division.”  

“I am extremely excited about coming to work with The Vision Produce Company in this stage of my career," said Levario. "The opportunities are inviting and the work environment is one of professionalism and a culture of courtesy and respect. I have much to learn but have been blessed with others to help me along the way as I am challenged in this new role.”

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