MINNEAPOLIS — Buffalo Wild Wings Inc. has named Tim Scheiderer as director of protein supply chain. In this role, Scheiderer will be responsible for strategic oversight and day-to-day management of the restaurant’s protein procurement area.
Scheiderer joins Buffalo Wild Wings with more than 26 years of direct poultry experience having served in a variety of roles including operations, business development and quality assurance.
Most recently, Scheiderer served as director of business development for national accounts at Tyson Foods where he was responsible for sales planning and growth. Previous to that role, he served as senior manager of poultry operations and senior manager of national accounts, with responsibility for growth, profit, and quality goals.
“We are excited to welcome Tim to Buffalo Wild Wings and look forward to the valuable contributions he will offer our organization,” says Barry Barnett, senior vice president, global supply chain, Buffalo Wild Wings. “His extensive background in various disciplines within the poultry industry makes him a significant and welcomed addition to the brand, particularly in these challenging times facing our poultry supply.”
Buffalo Wild Wings, Inc., founded in 1982 and headquartered in Minneapolis, features a variety of boldly-flavored, made-to-order menu items including its namesake Buffalo, New York-style chicken wings. There are currently more than 1,230 Buffalo Wild Wings locations across the world.