GTC Nutrition Names John Musselman National Sales Manager

GOLDEN, Colorado, Tuesday, May 3, 2005 – GTC Nutrition, a business unit of Corn Products International, Inc. (NYSE: CPO), today announced that John Musselman has been named national sales manager. In this role, Musselman will direct GTC Nutrition’s sales activities in the United States and Canada.

“We are a company committed to staying ahead of pace with the growing demand for science-based nutritional ingredients, and John’s breadth of experience in the food industry give us an added resource that will be extremely valuable to our customers,” said Patrick Smith, president of GTC Nutrition. “I look forward to the contributions John will bring to our team and to the customers that we support.”

Prior to joining GTC Nutrition, Musselman served as the national sales manager at Bunge Milling, a business unit of global food and agribusiness leader Bunge Limited, where he directed sales of ingredients to major food, beverage, pet food, and industrial companies. Musselman obtained his bachelor’s degree in English from Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia and holds a master’s degree in Business Administration from Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri.

“GTC Nutrition’s product line is uniquely capable of providing innovative solutions for improved health and wellness,” said Musselman. “I am eager to engage the sales team and our growing base of customers who recognize the importance and value of these functional ingredients.”

About GTC Nutrition
GTC Nutrition, a business unit of Corn Products International, Inc., is a recognized leader in providing innovative, science-based ingredients to the food processing, dietary supplement and animal feed industries. GTC Nutrition promotes health throughout North America, South America, Mexico, Australia, and New Zealand with innovative functional food ingredients and unsurpassed customer support. For more information, visit

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