MINNEAPOLIS – Feb. 5, 2020 – FLM Harvest is pleased to announce the hiring of Cristie Mather as vice president of food.
Mather brings more than 10 years of food industry experience to the 90 plus member FLM Harvest team, a strategic consulting, marketing and communications agency dedicated to the agriculture, food and rural lifestyle markets.
FLM Harvest provides marketing support – such as public relations, social, digital, and creative – for a variety of produce groups, including the Mushroom Council BB #:161860, National Watermelon Promotion Board BB #:153670 and Midwest Apple Improvement Association.
Previously, Mather led food and beverage partnerships at The Fiction Tribe and held other strategic marketing communications roles including several years as communications director with Pear Bureau Northwest/USA Pears BB #:162426.
Heavily involved in the produce industry, Mather has been recognized with multiple awards for her work in produce marketing communications, is an alum of the United Fresh Produce Industry Leadership Program and sits on the United Fresh Marketing and Merchandising Council.
“Cristie brings incredible food and commodity board strategic and promotional experience to the team,” said Laurie Fleck, president and CEO of FLM Harvest. “She fills a very important role for us and will provide unique insights across our complete portfolio of clients.”
“The agricultural roots drew me to FLM Harvest,” said Mather. “They run deep throughout the agency, and this experienced, strategic team holds such a depth of knowledge and a wealth of creative talent. I’m excited to grow with this organization and our clients.”
About FLM Harvest
Founded in 2009, FLM Harvest is a strategic consulting, marketing and communications agency that helps set strategy, align teams, frame opinions and create demand for clients in agriculture, food and rural lifestyle markets. Without internal silos, profit centers or divisions, we approach each opportunity with Wide Open Thinking™ as we collaborate with clients to set strategies, align teams, frame opinions and create demand.