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Food manufacturing people on the move in November - in pictures

By Laurence Gibbons , 28-Nov-2012

Greencore’s appointment of Gary Kennedy, following Ned Sullivan’s retirement as chairman leads this month’s selection of people on the move in the food and drink manufacturing sector.

Greencore were not alone in waving goodbye to its chairman, as John Whitehead stood down as chairman of Seafish after 10 years at the industry body.

We also feature new chief executives for the Food Ethics Council and the Crop Protection Association, appointments by Unilever, Premier Foods and Ardo UK.

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Meanwhile, to view about 2,000 top jobs a month dedicated to food and drink manufacturing offered by top employers and core recruiters, visit Foodmanjobs.

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