Grocery think-tank appoints new director from Pepsico

By Laurence Gibbons contact

- Last updated on GMT

Golder will join the IGD on April 22 2014
Golder will join the IGD on April 22 2014

Related tags: Management, Nutrition

Grocery think-tank IGD has appointed Mark Golder as its new industry development director, effective April 22 2014.

Golder will join from Pepsico, where he has been commercialisation director for the past 10 years.

Before this he was food technologist and buyer at Marks & Spencer and commercial manager at foodservice firm Brakes.

IGD chief executive Joanne Denney-Finch said his appointment was part of IGD’s ambition to increase its work on nutrition and sustainability.

“Golder’s appointment to this new senior role at IGD reflects the importance of our industry development programme, which helps the food and consumer goods industry deliver what matters to the public,”​ she added.

Bigger impact

“He will lead the key teams at IGD to make an even bigger impact in people development through, for example, our Leading Edge network and Feeding Britain’s Future, helping young unemployed people.”

IGD is a research and training charity that helps the food and consumer goods industry deliver a secure and sustainable future of food production.

Related topics: People & Skills, Drinks

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