PLEASANT PRAIRIE, WIS. — Better-for-you dip and guacamole specialist Good Foods has created a new position to oversee the company’s human resources.
Eric Munoz is the company’s first chief human resources officer (CHRO). In this role, Munoz will join the executive leadership team and strategize to ensure the company’s mission, value and goals are reflected in all human resources practices and the company’s work culture.
“Good Foods starts with good people, and Eric’s expertise and passion will inspire our team to continue our mission to make healthy, flavorful food accessible to all,” said Kurt Penn, Good Foods’ founder and CEO. “With decades of food industry and leadership experience, Eric will also be an integral member of our executive team as we continue to grow and evolve as a brand.”
Prior to this role, Munoz spent more than 25 years in human resources, working for companies in the food industry including Kraft Foods, Mondelez International and Kellogg.
Munoz brings a unique skill set having worked internationally with Central America, the Caribbean and other parts of Latin America. He speaks multiple languages including English, Spanish, Portuguese and French.
“I’m excited to join Good Foods and to lead such a talented group of people,” Munoz said. “Throughout my career, I’ve witnessed the positive impact the food industry can have and can’t wait to serve our community, customers and – most importantly – our employees in my new role.”