SPAIN: Bimbo names two new vice presidents
Spanish pastry and bakery firm Bimbo, a subsidiary of US consumer goods giant Sara Lee, yesterday [Thursday] named Agustin Cordon, vice president of administration, finance and system information departments, as a new vice president of the company.
Cordon will be succeeded by Juan Amigo, who was named vice president of administration, finance and system information departments.
US consumer goods giant Sara Lee has announced that it has signed an agreement to sell its US Retail Coffee business to Italy-based Segafredo Zanetti Group for US$82.5m....
Sara Lee-owned food company Bimbo will shut an industrial bakery factory in Segovia (outside Madrid) and dismiss 120 workers in the process, a workers' committee official confirmed to just-food....
US food and consumer goods giant Sara Lee has announced that its Food & Beverage division has appointed Kim Feil as senior vice president and chief marketing officer to lead all marketing efforts for ...
US food and consumer goods giant Sara Lee has reported a fall in income for the year ended 2 July 2005, blaming higher costs, a tough European retail environment and the costs of restructuring....
Baker Interstate Bakeries Corporation has announced that Richard C Seban has been appointed as its chief marketing officer....
Branded food and consumer products company Sara Lee Corporation, has introduced a white bread made with whole grain....
Branded food and consumer products company Sara Lee Corporation has announced that its board of directors has elected George Chappelle a senior vice president of the corporation and Kees Gielen and Al...
The Grocery Manufacturers Association has announced that Richard H Lenny, chairman, president and CEO of The Hershey Company has been elected as the new chairman of the its board of directors for a tw...
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