Masters Gallery breaks ground in Oostburg


AMONG THOSE WIELDING the shovels last Wednesday as Masters Gallery Foods broke ground on a new facility in Oostburg were Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch (fifth from right) and Masters Gallery executives Tom Cain, director of industrial sales/inventory planning; Jeff Giffin, executive chairman; Sandy Toney, vice president of corporate quality and product development; Scott Brown, vice president of information technology; Andy Pfister, vice president of procurement/risk management; Dennis Kasuboski, vice president of industrial sales; Jeff Gentine, president and CEO; Jim Jirschele, vice president of food service; Mark Grasse, vice president of manufacturing operations; and Tammy Flora, vice president of human resources. — Submitted photo AMONG THOSE WIELDING the shovels last Wednesday as Masters Gallery Foods broke ground on a new facility in Oostburg were Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch (fifth from right) and Masters Gallery executives Tom Cain, director of industrial sales/inventory planning; Jeff Giffin, executive chairman; Sandy Toney, vice president of corporate quality and product development; Scott Brown, vice president of information technology; Andy Pfister, vice president of procurement/risk management; Dennis Kasuboski, vice president of industrial sales; Jeff Gentine, president and CEO; Jim Jirschele, vice president of food service; Mark Grasse, vice president of manufacturing operations; and Tammy Flora, vice president of human resources. — Submitted photo Masters Gallery Foods held a groundbreaking ceremony on June 7 for their new Packaging and Distribution facility in Oostburg.

The new facility will allow the company to drive continued growth of their private label brand retail and food service cheese offering sold throughout the country and will support the company’s original plant and corporate headquarters in Plymouth.

Joining Masters Gallery officials at the groundbreaking were Wisconsin Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch; State Sen. Devin LeMahieu, R-Oostburg; State Rep. Terry Katsma, R-Oosburg; Oostburg Village President Allen Wrubbel; Oostburg School District Superintendent Kevin Bruggink; Sheboygan County Economic Development Corp. Business Development Specialist Jim Schuessler; Barb LeMue and Mary Perry from the Wisconsin Economic Development Corp., and representatives from CD Smith, Wagner Excavating, McMahon Engineers, BMO Harris and Wells Fargo Banks.

Since its founding in 1974, Masters Gallery Foods has grown to service many of the nation’s grocery chains, wholesalers, restaurants, and distributors with a full line of private label brand cheese and cheese related products.

The company also specializes in the procurement, aging, and distribution of bulk cheeses at a national level. For more information, visit the company’s website at www.mastersgalleryfoods.com.


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