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The Scoular Company Names Paul Maass Chief Executive Officer

August 8, 2016

Omaha, Nebraska, August 8, 2016 – The Scoular Company announced today that its Board of Directors has appointed Paul Maass Chief Executive Officer, effective August 22, 2016. Maass will office in the company’s Omaha, Nebraska headquarters and be responsible for worldwide strategic leadership.

Maass most recently served as President of ConAgra Foods’ Commercial Foods and Private Brands segments as well as Chairman of the Ardent Mills joint venture. In that role, he led businesses with total annual revenue of $13 billion and more than 15,000 employees and 90 manufacturing facilities in seven countries.

He began his 27-year career with ConAgra as a commodity merchandiser after graduating from Iowa State University with a degree in agricultural business. Throughout his career, he served in various leadership positions, including Director, ConAgra Trade Group (now Gavilon, LLC); President, ConAgra Mills; President, Lamb Weston; and President, Commercial Foods division.

“Following a six-month search, we are pleased to have found a seasoned, accomplished agribusiness executive like Paul,” said David Faith, Chairman of the Board for The Scoular Company. “His diverse background and solid experience are an excellent fit for Scoular, from commodity merchandising and logistics to commercial food ingredient processing, sales and P&L management. Further, his proven experience in successful corporate strategy will be a great asset to Scoular as we continue to pursue growth opportunities, domestically and internationally.”

“I am thrilled with the opportunity to join the team and lead Scoular. I’ve known Scoular my entire career and have always admired the great people and the integrity of the company,” said Maass. “I am excited about the future as we work together to leverage our unique potential and create value.”

Brummer, Wes

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Wes Brummer

As a merchandiser, Scoular gives me the latitude to manage my piece of the company’s position in the corn, soybean, and rail freight markets, as well as the opportunity to share in the gains from our trading business.