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Brazil's Marfrig taps Jose Eduardo de Oliveira Miron as new CEO – filing

September 4, 2018
Food & Drink

Marfrig Global Foods SA , Brazil’s second largest meatpacker, said in a securities filing on Monday it tapped former Chief Financial Officer Jose Eduardo de Oliveira Miron as its new chief executive officer, replacing Martin Secco Arias.

The company also announced Marco Antonio Spada as its new chief financial officer, replacing Miron, who led the sale of Keystone Foods LLC to Tyson Foods Inc in August.

By Carolina Mandl

Source: Reuters

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