Lipid Nutrition Hires New Technical Account Manager

Lipid Nutrition, a global leader in lipid-based health ingredients, has hired Deb Anderson as a Technical Key Account Manager. Focusing on the functional food market, Ms. Anderson’s primary responsibility will be the continual development of this market for Clarinol™ CLA, PinnoThin™ and Marinol™ Omega-3 fish oils. She will report directly to Dr. Marianne O’Shea, Director for North America.

“Deb is an experienced veteran who really knows and understands the foods industry and the segments we want to compete in,” said O’Shea. “Under her skilled guidance, we are confident that our Clarinol™ CLA, which was GRAS approved in July 2008, will begin to be included in many daily food items for which it is GRAS approved, as it shows the many interest from food companies. We believe that Deb will contribute significantly to our continued aggressive growth path.”

Prior to joining Lipid Nutrition, Ms. Anderson was a Sales Manager for Nutritional Beverages with Kerry Ingredients. While there, she successfully negotiated long term contracts with major customers and identified new opportunities for sales of new ingredients. Prior to Kerry Ingredients, Ms. Anderson was with Glanbia as a Technical Sales Manager.

Ms. Anderson earned a masters degree in dairy science from South Dakota State University in 1992.

About Lipid Nutrition
Lipid Nutrition is a global leader in the supply of scientifically sound lipid ingredients from natural origin, which improve and maintain health and well-being. The multi-awarded company holds a strong position in weight management products like Clarinol™ CLA and PinnoThin™. In addition to weight management, Lipid Nutrition offers a variety of branded products like Marinol™ concentrated fish oils for heart health and brain development, and Betapol™ human milk fat replacer for infant nutrition.

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