Natural product movers & shakers - September 2015

Natural product movers & shakers - September 2015

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

Rodale Institute, a non-profit dedicated to pioneering organic farming through research and outreach, announced the appointment of Jeff Moyer as the executive director. Moyer has worked with Rodale Institute since 1975, most recently as its farm director.

Berkeley born Andronico’s Community Markets announced that Cheryl Hughes has joined their executive team as chief financial officer. Recently appointed CEO Suzy Monford leads the all-female team.

Harmless Harvest, manufacturer of Harmless Coconut® Water, announced that Giannella Alvarez will be joining the company as the new CEO and that Brad Paris has taken on the newly created position of chief operating officer.

Melissa Hughes of Organic Valley was chosen for the second year in a row to lead as president of the Organic Trade Association's Board of Directors by fellow board members.

Functional ingredients company BENEO named Andreas Herber a new member of the executive board of directors at BENEO GmbH. It also named Ginger Schilling regional sales manager responsible for the Midwestern region of the U.S.  

Buddy’s Kitchen Inc., a producer and co-packer of custom food products, announced that Thomas “Pres” Colwell has joined as president of the company’s Convenience and Co-Pack Business Group.

Triple/S Dynamics announced the appointment of Chris Rippee as the president, succeeding Jeff Sullivan.

David Nelson as is the new president of Vets Plus and brings more than 25 years of relevant industry experience to his new role after serving as President of Great Lakes Calcium Corporation in Green Bay, Wis.

Sabinsa's Marketing Director Shaheen Majeed has been appointed to the board of Sami Labs, the manufacturing and R&D arm of the company.

Whole Foods veteran Jennie Poe has been appointed director of natural sales at Sir Kensington's.


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