Tetra Pak Introduces New Foodservice Director

Former Kraft Foods executive joins Tetra Pak

VERNON HILLS, Ill.—March 26, 2002—Tetra Pak announces Christopher M. Fabbri has joined the liquid food packaging and processing leader as its new foodservice director. Fabbri will lead Tetra Pak’s U.S. foodservice department, working with customers to adapt and expand their product lines. He will also work in conjunction with Tetra Pak’s global foodservice division, also located in Vernon Hills.

“We are excited to have Christopher join Tetra Pak’s foodservice team as we provide our 50 years experience in liquid food processing and packaging to the food service channel,” said Andrew Dun, vice president, new business development, Tetra Pak. “His expertise within the industry and ability to expand customer’s foodservice potential will be vital as we continue to add value in this important segment of the food industry”

Fabbri joined Tetra Pak after a seven-year tenure at Kraft Foods, Inc. Most recently, he served as the specialty beverage and manufactured products trainer. At Kraft, Fabbri managed key client accounts including Marriott International, Sodexho-Marriott, Compass, ARAMARK, AMTRAK, Empress Casinos, Holiday Inn, and Alliant.

Fabbri also spent four years in the foodservices division of Institutional Sales Corporation.


About Tetra Pak, Inc.
Established in the United States in 1984, Tetra Pak Inc. develops, produces and markets complete processing and packaging systems and provides systems engineering, packaging materials, technical field services and spare parts support. Best known for its aseptic processing and packaging systems, Tetra Pak is also one of the top producers of gable top milk and juice cartons in the United States. For more information on Tetra Pak, please visit www.tetrapakusa.com/grow/

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