New appointments at Salt of the Earth

New appointments at Salt of the Earth

Salt of the Earth hires Revital Ben Shachar as marketing manager and Dror Levy as retail export manager.

Salt of the Earth has named Revital Ben Shachar as marketing manager and Dror Levy as retail export manager.

Ben Shachar holds an MBA and a BA from The College of Management Academic Studies. In her last position at Strauss Group, Israel, she served as senior marketing manager for the yogurt division. She successfully led Israel Danone’s brand makeover to growth following its downscaling in sales; redesigned strategies of the Actimel, Danone and Activia lines; and launched a successful new brand, Danacol. She also expanded target consumer groups and branding, and planned umbrella branding strategies to maximize ROI and improve brand value and positioning. Ben Shachar also launched yogurt-based beverages, a new, innovative product category in the Israeli market

Levy holds an MBA from the Hebrew University and a Master of Laws from Tel Aviv University. He served as VP export and business development manager for Biscol Ltd., Israel, from 2005 to 2015. During this period, he successfully executed Biscol’s global strategy to distribute tabletop sweeteners and cosmetics internationally, including marketing the company’s key product lines to leading retail chains such as Migros and TJX.

“I’m very pleased to welcome Dror and Revital to our team,” says Dovik Tal, CEO of Salt of the Earth. “Dror brings with him vast experience in business development, coupled with global food retail market insight. His first goal is to identify leading distributors for the retail market and market Salt of the Earth’s innovative products, including its low-sodium salts and food enhancers. Revital’s nomination is important for our future business success. She has proven and impressive marketing expertise, and together we will continue to grow and show strong performance.”

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