Food Business News - May 17, 2016 - (Page 25)

Cott making leadership changes in North America and U.K. TORONTO - Bradley J. Goist has been named president of the North America business unit of Cott Corp., effective June 27. He will succeed Steven Kitching, who will return to the United Kingdom to be the president of the company's Cott United Kingdom/ Europe business unit, a position similar to the one he previously held from 2008 to 2013. Mr. Goist most recently was with The Kellogg Co., where he held various positions from 2009 to 2016, including Goist Kitching senior vice-president and general manager of U.S. Snacks and senior vicepresident of marketing and innovation for U.S. Snacks. Prior to that, he held several positions with The Coca-Cola Co. from 1996 to 2009, including senior vice-president and general manager of hydration and senior vicepresident of juices, teas and emerging brands. Mr. Goist received a bachelor's degree in economics from the University of Michigan and a master's of business administration degree from The Ohio State University. "Steve was instrumental in setting a clear strategy for stability and growth in North America, with a significant focus on growing our contract manufacturing business," said Jerry Fowden, president and chief executive officer. "We are very thankful for the many contributions Steve made to the North America business unit and are very pleased that he is staying with Cott on his return to his native United Kingdom to lead our United Kingdom/ Europe business unit. "We are excited about Brad's appointment as president of the North America business unit. With 30 years of diverse sales, marketing and general management experience, Brad has the May 17, 2016 knowledge and expertise to lead our North America business unit. Brad and Steve will collaborate with the rest of the management team in the North America business unit in a phased handover of responsibilities." FBN collaboration. It's the vital ingredient in our relationship. After having a successful 10 year relationship in Canada, CP Kelco has named L.V. Lomas their exclusive distributor for North America. What does that mean for our U.S. customers? You'll be collaborating with the front runners in hydrocolloid technology, gaining technical expertise from both sides - and access to premium ingredients like U.S. produced Gellan Gum and specialty Xanthan Gum, Pectin, Cellulose Gum and Carrageenan. CP Kelco's products are derived from nature-based, renewable raw materials. Trust that we can provide solutions to your most creative and difficult product design challenges. Premium Ingredients. Custom Solutions. 844 458 7111 | 800 535 2687 | FOODBUSINESS NEWS ® 25

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Food Business News - May 17, 2016