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Nonni’s Foods Names Brian Hansberry CEO –

January 27, 2015
Food & Drink
(RTTNews) – Nonni’s Foods LLC, a provider of premium, specialty cookies and baked goods, Tuesday announced the appointment of Brian Hansberry as Chief Executive Officer, effective immediately. Hansberry succeeds Dave Beré, who is retiring, and will now serve as Chairman of the Board of Directors for the company.
 
Hansberry brings more than 25 years of industry experience to his role, most recently serving in a dual role at Wm. J. Wrigley Jr. Co. as Chief Marketing Officer, North America and Vice President, U.S. Gum, Confections, and Mints Category.
 
Prior to his position at Wrigley, Hansberry held a dual role at H.J. Heinz as Chief Marketing Officer, Heinz Consumer Products & Group Vice President, Ore-Ida and Winter Brands portfolio.
 
Nonni’s Foods LLC is a portfolio company of Chicago-based private equity firm Wind Point Partners.

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