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Food jobs: Who’s on the move in winter 2012? PepsiCo, Coke, Campbell Soup, Mondelez, Diamond Foods, Bell Flavors, Takasago Flavors

By Elaine WATSON , 05-Dec-2012
Last updated on 06-Dec-2012 at 15:06 GMT2012-12-06T15:06:31Z

With changes at the top at PepsiCo, Coke, Mondelez International and Campbell Soup, and new appointments at snacks specialist Diamond Foods, flavors experts Takasago Flavors and Bell Flavors & Fragrances, bakery ingredients giant Puratos and rice ingredients expert RiceBran Technologies, we have an action-packed photo gallery round-up of new hires this winter.

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