Natural Products Expo West has brought about a slew of new product launches, but it took a host of new faces joining CPG companies to support these investments.
Forget “new year, new me.” In the natural food industry, the mantra is “new year, new team.” Here’s what you need to know about the latest leadership changes in the natural food industry.
From a major CPG giant looking to promote a more inclusive workforce to a drinkable refrigerated soup brand looking to broaden its platform, companies large and small grew their staff in recent months. Here is the latest in hiring news within the natural food world.
Job titles are changing as fast as the leaves as a variety of CPG leaders advance to new food and beverage companies. Here are some of the top moves we’ll be watching.
From hiring executives to adding board members, here are some of the biggest moves the food industry has seen over the past month.
Tyson, Pinnacle, Conagra, Kettle Cuisine, General Mills and Impossible Foods have all seen executive level leadership changes in the past month. Here’s a list of who is in, the experience they bring, and how they are expected to help these companies stay the course of their newly outlined missions.
In the post-Expo West hustle, several industry leaders from brands and retailers alike have taken new positions with up-and-coming natural brands. Several of the additions come after recent rounds of funding, which have enable the companies to scale their hiring.
Some of the food industry’s most influential leaders are switching up their rosters. Here are the latest players to slide into new roles.
Last week saw a pair of changes in Whole Foods global leadership team, as well as a spate of new hires in supplier companies and food brands alike.
The Hershey Company announced today that current EVP and COO Michele Buck will succeed John Bilbrey as the next President and CEO of the company. Other brands including Sonoma Brands, Hip Chick Farms and Yesway also added new talent to their teams.