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Saputo details succession plan for presidency MONTREAL - Dino Dello Sbarba, president and chief operating officer of Saputo Inc., will retire effective April 1, 2017. Following Mr. Dello Sbarba's retirement, Kai Bockmann will succeed him as president and c.o.o. Mr. Bockmann has been with Saputo since January 2012 as president and c.o.o. of the company's international business. He will continue in that role until next April. Prior to joining Saputo, he worked for more than 15 years in the food industry, where he held several senior management positions in production, sales Make the healthy choice with Didion. and marketing for McCain Foods Ltd. Starting April 1, 2017, Mr. Bockmann will report to Lino A. Saputo Jr., the company's chief executive officer and vice-chairman of the Bockmann board. In the upcoming year, Mr. Dello Sbarba will ensure a transition to Mr. Bockmann. Starting April 1, 2017, Mr. Dello Sbarba will act as a senior adviser to the president and c.o.o. Mr. Dello Sbarba joined Saputo in 1990 as national director of retail sales and marketing. In 2001, he became president and c.o.o. of Saputo's Cheese Division (Canada). In 2004, he took on the responsibilities of president and c.o.o. of Saputo's Cheese Division (USA) and in 2007 was named president and c.o.o. of the Dairy Products Division (Canada). He has been president and c.o.o. since 2012. FBN Papa John's removes HFCS from menu 2XUFRUQEUDQSDFNVLQWKHEHQHŔWVRIŔEHU without all the extra baggage. Ŋ Ŋ  Ŋ Ŋ +LJKWRWDOGLHWDU\ŔEHU &RQVLVWHQWKLJKTXDOLW\ WDVWHDQGWH[WXUH *OXWHQDQGFKHPLFDOIUHH .HHSVODEHOVFOHDQ 24 FOODBUSINESSNEWS ® (913) 484-3452 LOUISVILLE, KY. - Papa John's International, Inc. has removed high-fructose corn syrup from its entire food menu, including pizza ingredients, toppings, dessert items and sauce selections. The initiative continues the pizza chain's move toward menu changes geared toward offering a "superior product" to its customers. Earlier this year, Papa John's removed all artificial flavors and synthetic colors from its menu. By this summer, the pizza chain has committed to offering chicken in its toppings and chicken poppers that will be raised without human and animal antibiotics, as well as fed a vegetarian diet. Papa John's first announced its plans to clean up its menu in June 2015. At that time, the pizza chain committed to purge 14 ingredients, including artificial flavors and colors, from its offerings by the end of 2016. FBN May 3, 2016

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Food Business News - May 3, 2016
Dr Pepper pivoting with the consumer
New front opens in the battle over sodium
Beverage Business News - Beverage makers capitalizing on dairy
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Web Contents
Editorial - Vermont’s immediate impact is becoming clearer
Three meals a day still the American way
Mondelez battling weakness in biscuit market
Pinnacle picks Mondelez exec as new c.e.o.
Chipotle Mexican Grill in the midst of a slow recovery
Hormel sells Diamond Crystal Brands
Starbucks sets forth single-serve strategy
PepsiCo initiating transformational innovation agenda
McCormick acquires Australian herbs company
Costco eyes Nebraska for new poultry plant
Hershey still seeking answers to slow growth
Nestle, R&R to create world’s third largest ice cream company
Saputo details succession plan for presidency
Papa John’s removes HFCS from menu
Danone building strength in yogurt
Dannon to go non-G.M.O.
Taco Bell to limit antibiotics in chicken
Dr. Praeger’s focused on keeping brand fresh
PepsiCo appoints new global food service leader
NatureBox moves from snail mail to retail
Market Insight - The good and bad of El Nino, La Nina
Ingredient Trends - Clean label gains momentum
Food packaging and clean label
Ingredient Innovations - Red means go in color innovation
Specialty dairy ingredients used in beverages
New Food Products
Ingredient Market Trends - I.G.C. forecasts world wheat stocks at new record in 2016-17
Ingredient Markets
Supplier Innovations and News
Ad Index
Food Business in the News

Food Business News - May 3, 2016