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Mr. Nicolas Giraldo

Consulting Manager RSG

Roll International Corporation

Direct Phone: (661) ***-****       

Roll International Corporation

FL 4, 11444 W OLYMPIC BLVD

LOS ANGELES, California 90064

United States

Company Description

Roll Global is a privately held, U.S. $2 billion corporation with diverse interests including agriculture, consumer packaged goods, floral services and more. With more than 4,000 employees, Roll Global is a fast-growing company that maintains its entrep... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Director of Product Management
Paramount Farms

President and Chief Executive Officer
First Colony Coffee And Tea Company

General Manager
Juan Valdez

Education

degree
Industrial Engineering

Web References (9 Total References)


In April, Nicolas Giraldo, ...

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In April, Nicolas Giraldo, who was the president of First Colony at the time, spoke about the hefty price increase of coffee, in an interview with IB.

"This is bad for us," said Giraldo this spring. "We are getting squeezed in the middle."
He later said that a primary cause of coffee price spikes was the supply, as high-quality coffee crops in Colombia have struggled over the past couple of years.
Giraldo mentioned weather as a significant factor affecting crops, although there continued to be a high demand for coffee in South America.


Products labeled "certified organic" ...

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Products labeled "certified organic" undergo extreme scrutiny from the way they are produced in the field to the way they are packaged, explained Nicolas Giraldo, president and chief executive officer of First Colony Coffee and Tea, which packages conventional and certified organic blends under the First Colony and Ghirardelli labels.

Giraldo and Bruce Grembowitz, operations manager for First Colony, describe the process through which they flush out the coffee roasting, cooling and packaging systems to prepare them for the raw or green, certified organic blends.
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"That gives a lot of value to the stamp," Giraldo adds.


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"This is bad for us," said Nicolas Giraldo, president of Norfolk-based First Colony Coffee and Tea. "We are getting squeezed in the middle."

The price spikes are due in part to the disruption in the production and supply of Arabica coffee, grown primarily by Colombia.
"The basic issue is supply," Giraldo said.
"The major, high-quality coffee is Colombian and Colombia has struggled with its crops for the past two years. That has put a pressure on the market.
"La Nina and La Nina weather patterns have hammered Colombia and Central America," Giraldo said. "Colombia has two crops a year - the beginning of the year and then in September. La Nina hammered the first crop."
Brazil grows one crop a year. But the harvest is cyclical, Giraldo said. One year it's up and one year it's down.
Yet demand has never softened, Giraldo said. Demand has kept up and supply has been tight.
Emerging economies, such as Brazil, have increased their consumption of coffee, which has exacerbated prices, Giraldo said.
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"Almost all the commodities have broken record-high prices," Giraldo said. "Historically, coffee prices haven't hit a record high yet. The worst is yet to come.
"We expect prices to move over $3 a pound by May," Giraldo said.


"This is bad for us," said ...

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"This is bad for us," said Nicolas Giraldo, president of Norfolk-based First Colony Coffee and Tea. "We are getting squeezed in the middle."

The price spikes are due in part to the disruption in the production and supply of Arabica coffee, grown primarily by Colombia.
"The basic issue is supply," Giraldo said.
"The major, high-quality coffee is Colombian and Colombia has struggled with its crops for the past two years. That has put a pressure on the market.
"La Nina and La Nina weather patterns have hammered Colombia and Central America," Giraldo said. "Colombia has two crops a year - the beginning of the year and then in September. La Nina hammered the first crop."
Brazil grows one crop a year. But the harvest is cyclical, Giraldo said. One year it's up and one year it's down.
Yet demand has never softened, Giraldo said. Demand has kept up and supply has been tight.
Emerging economies, such as Brazil, have increased their consumption of coffee, which has exacerbated prices, Giraldo said.
...
"Almost all the commodities have broken record-high prices," Giraldo said. "Historically, coffee prices haven't hit a record high yet. The worst is yet to come.
"We expect prices to move over $3 a pound by May," Giraldo said.


NORFOLK, VA - Nicolas ...

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NORFOLK, VA - Nicolas Giraldo has been appointed as the President and Chief Executive Officer of First Colony Coffee & Tea on September 7, 2010.

A native of Colombia, Mr. Giraldo comes to First Colony from Juan Valdez Café, where he served as the General Manager in the US and Director of Operations in Colombia. In this capacity, Mr. Giraldo was instrumental in successfully growing the Juan Valdez brand, as well as its organizational strength and revenue.
Additionally, Mr. Giraldo has worked extensively with the Colombian Coffee Federation. Along with his impressive career with Juan Valdez Café, Mr. Giraldo has a strong financial background and received his degree in Industrial Engineering. First Colony looks forward to its continued growth under Mr. Giraldo's leadership.

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