Erik Litmanovich is well known as the CEO
Erik also supports green and sustainable initiatives. He initiated various conservation programs with various energy- and water-saving investments, recycling methods, and encouraged production of organic foodstuffs. He also developed an effective cyclical commodity purchasing system that stands as a testament to his perseverance and commitment to sustainability.
Erik Litmanovich's professional interests also extend to the hospitality industry and a capital investment enterprises company with locations in Hollywood and Las Vegas.
Another great milestone in Erik's professional career is his contribution in the film industry. He is one of the executive producers of popular the 2014 war documentary film The Hornet's Nest. The documentary was conceived by an award-winning journalist Mike Boettcher and his Son Carlos who portrays the struggle of U.S. military soldiers carrying out a mission in Afghanistan's most hostile regions.
He is also the executive producer of the 2015 American film Ten Thousand Saints. The film is about a sixteen-year-old teenage boy Jude Keffy-Horn, the main protagonist of the story, who moves from Vermont to New York City.
Beyond Erik Litmanovich's responsibilities with Golden West Food Group, he loves to spend time with his family and close friends. He is a big movie buff and a soccer fan. He loves to attend and get involved in various sporting events, especially football.
Apart from this, Erik loves to engage himself in various social and humanitarian causes. Every year Erik supports and coordinates with "Support the Troops", an event that takes place throughout the United States to honor the American military forces.
Erik Litmanovich also loves to travel and explore new places. Some of Erik's most traveled destinations are New York, Miami, and various other places throughout Europe.