Campden BRI appoints new COO

6 Jan 2020

Campden BRI has appointed Peter Headridge as Chief Operating Officer.

Headridge brings with him over 27 years’ experience in the food industry and was the former Vice President of R&D, Quality, Nutrition (Health & Wellness) & Regulatory EMEA at the Kellogg Company. He will lead and oversee the organisation’s science and technology divisions.

Campden BRI appoints new COO

Barbara Lunnon has also joined as Associate Director, Consulting (Science). Lunnon joins from global bakery leader CSM Bakery Solutions where she was Director of Product Marketing responsible for strategy development and implementation for various baked goods and cake portfolios. She began her career at Unilever. She will be responsible for Campden BRI’s science-led consultancy activities.

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