Natural product movers & shakers - November 2015

Natural product movers & shakers - November 2015

Your recap of who did what in the natural products industry this month.

Organics Unlimited has hired Jairo Antonio Hernandez de los Santos as the latest engineer to join the team in Colima, Mexico, as a farm operations manager.

Bay Area organic ice cream company Three Twins welcomes marketing veteran Sarah Bird as its chief sales and marketing officer, where she will help build the brand at retail and drive consumer engagement.

Popchips has named David Ritterbush its new chief executive officer. Former CEO Paul Davis will become co-chairman of the board.

Sally A. Howard is the new head of regulatory affairs for Human Longevity Inc.

Vegan meal delivery startup Purple Carrot revealed that former New York Times food writer Mark Bittman joined as chief innovation officer.

Wixon, a manufacturer of seasonings, flavors and technologies for the food and beverage industry, has named Greg Gonzales as packaging operations manager. Gonzales has more than 20 years of food industry experience from a variety of production management assignments, with companies including Kangaroo Brands/ConAgra Foods, Unilever and Ventura Foods.

Manufacturer of shelf-stable and frozen beverages Bevolution Group announced the appointment of David Prill as chief financial officer.

Plant-based food company Impossible Foods has name David Lee, formerly of Zynga, Del Monte Foods and Best Buy, its new chief operating officer and chief financial officer.

The Nutrition Coalition announced the appointment of nutrition expert Sarah Hallberg, DO, Medical Director and Founder, Indiana University Health Arnett Medical Weight Loss Program, as chairwoman of the coalition’s newly formalized Science Advisory Council.

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