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New President to Helm ADM’s Flour Milling Businesses

Image courtesy of Archer Daniels Midland
Image courtesy of Archer Daniels Midland

American agribusiness Archer Daniels Midland (ADM) has appointed Kevin Like as the new president of its North American flour milling businesses, the company announced in a release Wednesday. 

“The Milling organization is core to our entire Carbohydrate Solutions business, and there is tremendous growth as we launch new sustainability and organic platforms and bring our new state-of-the-art facility in Mendota, IL online in the coming months,” Chris Cuddy, president of ADM’s Carbohydrate Solutions unit, said in a statement. “Kevin’s leadership will be critical to driving all of these initiatives forward, and we are pleased that the has taken on this new role with the passion and energy he has brought to our organization for the past 31 years.”

When the post becomes effective, Like will lead ADM’s flour milling activities in the U.S., Caribbean, and Canada. 

Like has occupied a variety of leadership positions at ADM since joining the company in 1988, including vice president of commercial and sales for ADM Milling. He earned an MBA from Millikin University in Decatur, IL and holds bachelor’s degrees in agricultural business and economics from South Dakota State University. 

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