GOLDEN, Colorado, Monday, August 30, 2004 – GTC Nutrition, a business unit of Corn Products International, Inc. (NYSE: CPO), today announced that Juliana Zeiher has joined the company as the food applications manager.
Ms. Zeiher has more than seven years of national and international food applications experience. She most recently served as the applications scientist at Davisco Foods International, Inc., a privately held international cheese and food ingredient company in Le Sueur, Minnesota.
“We are very pleased that Ms. Zeiher will be joining our team and are confident that her experience working in product and application development will further strengthen GTC Nutrition’s technical support to our customers,” said Patrick Smith, president of GTC Nutrition. “Her technical background in food engineering and international business knowledge makes her an excellent addition to our food and beverage development team.”
GTC Nutrition is committed to providing its customers with superior service and innovative ingredients designed for today’s healthy lifestyles. In her role as food applications manager, Zeiher will oversee the company’s food technology and formulations program and provide technical assistance to customers.
“I am excited to develop and enhance a wide variety of formulations with GTC Nutrition’s high-quality ingredients,” said Zeiher. “In addition to communicating the technical data of the company’s ingredients, my goals are to identify industry trends and to explore new applications and ingredients that will respond to market demands.”
About GTC Nutrition
GTC Nutrition, a business unit of Corn Products International, Inc., is a recognized leader in providing science-based ingredients to the food processing, dietary supplement and animal feed industries. GTC Nutrition promotes health throughout North America, South America, Australia and New Zealand with innovative functional food ingredients and unsurpassed customer support. For more information, visit www.gtcnutrition.com.
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