D.D. Williamson hires Jennifer Brown in science and innovation

D.D. Williamson hires Jennifer Brown in science and innovation

D.D. Williamson announces the addition of Jennifer L. Brown to its Science and Innovation team at the Global Support Center in Louisville, Kentucky, USA. 

D.D. Williamson announces the addition of Jennifer L. Brown to its Science and Innovation team at the Global Support Center in Louisville, Kentucky, USA.  As Application Scientist, she will focus on color solutions for each customer’s unique formulation challenges in bakery, snack and savory applications.
 
Brown brings a decade of valuable food science experience with companies in ingredient manufacturing and packaged food processing. Her functions have ranged from product development to applications to technical sales support. The new position adds strength to DDW’s Jennife BrownScience and Innovation efforts to manage increased demand from customers for application projects.
 
“We are excited that Jennifer has joined our growing team of applications scientists,” said Jason Armao, Application Project Manager. “Jennifer’s broad experience with customer applications is a terrific asset to develop color solutions for our customers,” added Armao.  
 
Brown earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Food Science from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
 
Color with Confidence - D.D. Williamson's wide array of natural coloring, along with it’s sought after caramel color; helps sell 1.5 billion servings of foods and beverages every day.  D.D. Williamson improves the allure of foods and beverages through visual appeal. A trusted and recognized provider of color solutions for the food and beverage industry, the company operates nine manufacturing sites on five continents. Visit www.ddwilliamson.com for more information.

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