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Mi Pueblo Foods has appointed Martin Cortes its new CFO following the grocer's emergence from Chapter 11 in early June and subsequent financial restructuring. Cortes replaces interim CFO John Vott.
Cortes will hold responsibility for the San Jose-based chain's financial and accounting operations, risk management and technology.
Prior to joining Mi Pueblo, Cortes worked with Anaheim-based Jonakari Enterprises, where he worked with companies in food retail, consumer packaged goods, restaurants and other industries. He also served as CFO of Cardenas Markets and Del Real Foods.
“We’re excited to welcome Martin to the Mi Pueblo team. We’re confident he’ll leverage his previous experience to help Mi Pueblo become more astute and efficient company, which will ensure a bright future for our employees, vendors, and ultimately our customers,” Javier Ramirez, Mi Pueblo’s president and CEO, told Progressive Grocer.
Mi Pueblo Foods operates 21 stores located in the Bay Area, Monterey Peninsula and Central Valley.