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Britannia ropes in Former PepsiCo CEO Varun Berry

08-January-2013
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Britannia ropes in Former PepsiCo CEO Varun Berry

Britannia Industries has made key appointments in its management functions. The company has appointed Former PepsiCo CEO Varun Berry as COO and VP of Marketing, Sales and Innovation.

He comes with over 27 years of work experience with premier companies such as Hindustan Unilever and PepsiCo, both in India and overseas

Berry replaces Neeraj Chandra, who will now take over as the VP of Strategy and New Business Development.

The company has also appointed Vinod Menon as the VP and CFO, effective February 1, 2013. He replaces Raju Thomas, who will relinquish his post on January 31, 2013.

Menon has been an integral part of Britannia since 1993 and has handled both, functional and business roles in commercial, finance and accounting. He has also been the head of the dairy business and is currently the VP and Head of Strategy and New Business Development.

With several popular brands such as Tiger, Good Day, Marie Gold, 50-50, Milk Bikis, Treat, NutriChoice, Daily Fresh Dahi, Britannia Cheese, Britannia Daily Fresh Dahi, Britannia caters to consumers in all demographic and socio-economic segments, across urban and rural India.

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