Petit Pot has enlisted Elizabeth Carter to its Board of Directors, supported through its collaboration with the Women On Boards (WOB) Project, a nonprofit aimed at increasing the number of women serving on the Boards of early-stage consumer companies.
It was revolving doors today in the Australian food and beverage industry as GrainCorp announced the departure of its chief executive, closely followed by Coca-Cola Amatil broadcasting its own new appointment.
Now the ACCC, Australia’s anti-trust commission, has given the green light to ADM’s proposed acquisition of GrainCorp, foreign interests will control all major grain handling facilities and grain ports in Queensland, New South Wales, South Australia and...
The second part of this exclusive interview sees Beneo executive board member, Yves Servotte, explaining the cooling but not crushing effect of EU prebiotic health claim rejections on its inulin-chicory business.
Food and ingredient processor Alliance Grain Traders has announced plans to construct a CDN $50m (€36m) pasta and pulse facility in Saskatchewan, Canada as part of its global growth and expansion strategy.
Leading beverage filling and packaging technology company Krones reported a number of drink makers signing on the dotted line at German trade show Brau Beviale last week, and we caught up with executive chairman of the board, Volker Kroneseder, to get...
Only about one third - 34 per cent - of board members and top
executives believe that their companies are proficient at
monitoring critical non-financial indicators of corporate
performance, according to a new report.
Pactiv has announced that its board of directors has accepted the
resignation of Paul Stecko. The company claims that the resignation
was driven by recent changes in New York Stock Exchange (NYSE)
rules, which make Stecko ineligible...
Dutch life science company DSM today posted a net profit of €959
million. Although DSM Fine Chemicals posted slightly lower sales
and a lower operating profit, attributable to the pharma products
and aspartame businesses, DSM Food...
AN SA packaging group, with a turnover of R18 billion (€1.78bn) a
year, is due to emerge from the Nampak-Malbak merger, which crossed
its last major hurdle yesterday when Malbak shareholders approved
the R1.97bn transaction.