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TerraVia appoints former president of Pepperidge to its board

8:31 AM, 9th March 2017
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SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO, US: TerraVia Holdings Inc said that Irene Chang Britt, former president, Pepperidge Farm has joined TerraVia’s board of directors.

Pepperidge Farm is an American commercial bakery.

Over the course of her nearly 30-year career, Irene Chang Britt has a history of leading and transforming businesses in the food and consumer product industries. She spent the last decade of her career at Campbell Soup, where in her most recent role she concurrently led the Connecticut-based Pepperidge Farm business and held oversight for Campbell’s Global Baking and Snacking business.

“We are excited to welcome Irene to the board. With her deep experience in the food industry, Irene understands how our innovative algae ingredients address key market needs in the food industry. We look forward to her insight and guidance as we focus on growing our food and nutrition business under TerraVia,” said Jonathan Wolfson, CEO, TerraVia.

“Companies across the food industry are increasingly focused on delivering truly innovative products that transform the nutrition profile of the foods we all love without sacrificing their great taste. TerraVia’s ingredients platform is well-positioned to help the food industry get there today, and I look forward to adding my expertise and voice to the board,” said Britt.

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