SK Food International



Thorsvig and Stoll Promoted to Plant Manager


May 14, 2013, (Fargo, North Dakota) – SK Food International, Inc. announces the promotion of Josh Thorsvig and Justin Stoll to plant managers of SK Food Specialty Processing, a wholly owned subsidiary of SK Food located in Moorhead, MN.  In this dually-filled role, Thorsvig and Stoll will oversee all cleaning and processing activities for Identity Preserved non-GMO and certified organic beans, grains and seeds at SK Food Specialty Processing. 


Thorsvig has been employed at SK Food Specialty Processing for 10 years and Stoll for six. David Skyberg, president of SK Food International, commented, “with their long-term experience at SK Food Specialty Processing, Thorsvig and Stoll are very well-equipped and have gained the experience necessary to excel at our mission of exceeding our customers’ and producers’ expectations with Premium Quality Ingredients and Service through the Kaizen way of continuous improvement.” 


SK Food Specialty Processing is a custom processing and seed conditioning facility for a wide range of Identity Preserved non-GMO and certified organic agricultural ingredients and planting seed including beans, grains and seeds. SK Food Specialty Processing is certified organic through ICS, Non-GMO Project Verified, and is a Kosher facility.


SK Food International, based in Fargo, ND, supplies a full line of Premium Quality Ingredients including Identity Preserved: Non-GMO and Certified Organic dry edible beans, grains, seeds, soybeans, peas and lentils, meals/flours, vegetable oils and precooked powders/flakes to industries including food, pet food, nutraceutical and personal care.









SK Food International
4666 Amber Valley Parkway
Fargo, North Dakota 58104 USA
TEL: 701-356-4106
FAX: 701-356-4102

4666 Amber Valley Parkway • Fargo, ND 58104 USA
701-356-4106 (TEL)  • 701-356-4102 (FAX) •
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