Campbell Soup Company has announced Mick Beekhuizen as the new president of its food and beverage (F&B) division.
Beekhuizen has served as CFO of the North American company and will combine this position with his new position, which is effective immediately.
As president in food and beverage department multinational, Beekhuizen will take over the management of a business that invoices almost 4.6 billion euros per year and which within its product portfolio includes:
- Ready food
Mick Beekhuizen has financial, commercial and operational experience, as well as expertise in marketing and innovation.
Previously, he was Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Chobani, Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Education Management Corporation, and Managing Director of Goldman Sachs’ Merchant Banking Division.
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Who does Mick-Beekhuizen replace?
Beekhuizen replaces Chris Foley, who has been appointed as the new president of the snacks division, which is worth about 4 billion euros. In turn, Foley will take over from Valerie Oswalt, who recently left the company.
With more than a decade at Campbell, Foley has performed, among others CEO positions in Australia and New Zealand and the Pepperidge Farm fresh and frozen bakery division.
It was also snack marketing directora department he later became chairman of and promoted the acquisition and integration of new brands, innovation and the development of some marketing campaigns.
It should be noted that both directors, Beekhuizen and Foley, will continue to report to Campbell’s Chairman and CEO, Mark Clouse.
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