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FoodMinds Hires Julian Baer as Nutrition Affairs Director

FoodMinds, a food and nutrition company, is pleased to announce that Julian Baer has joined its Washington, D.C.-based team as nutrition affairs director.

In his position, Baer will help FoodMinds and its clients stay at the leading edge of emerging scientific and public affairs surrounding food and nutrition with a heavy emphasis on federal food and nutrition affairs in the Washington, D.C. area.

Previously, Baer served as a legislative assistant with Olsson Frank Weeda Terman Bode Matz PC, in Washington, D.C., where he worked within the Public Policy Group in areas such as child nutrition, school lunch, WIC, and SNAP programs, as well as on food, agriculture, and energy issues. His experience also includes the Food Marketing Institute and work as a legislative assistant in the U.S. House of Representatives.

"Julian's experience in understanding and translating the ever-changing crossroads of public perception, politics, and federal regulations in food and nutrition will be a valuable asset for us and our clients as we continue to expand our nutrition affairs services," said Sue Pitman, a FoodMinds partner.


FoodMinds, a food and nutrition company, harnesses science, public affairs and communications to help its clients tell a better story that makes a difference. Ranked the #4 food and beverage independent public relations firm by O'Dwyer's in 2010, FoodMinds applies its knowledge and critical thinking to help clients such as Bush Brothers and Company, Dairy Management Inc., and Kellogg Company. Visit to learn more.

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