SALT LAKE CITY — Schiff Nutrition International on Friday named Tarang Amin CEO, president and director, effective March 7. Amin will replace Bruce Wood, CEO, president and director, who is retiring.
“Bruce has provided invaluable leadership during his tenure. His focus on quality products, brand reputation and his passion for our industry has been instrumental in our success, and he leaves the company with a solid foundation for growth,” stated Eric Weider, Schiff chairman. “Tarang has a demonstrated track record of creating value and driving growth in his leadership roles at world-class consumer product companies, including Clorox and Procter & Gamble.”
Amin, 45, brings 20 years of consumer products experience to Schiff. Most recently he served as VP/GM of The Clorox Co., where he grew the litter, food and charcoal strategic business units from $1.1 billion to $1.5 billion in sales. In this position, he was responsible for the leadership and profit-and-loss of a brand portfolio that included Kingsford, Hidden Valley and Fresh Step. He also served in VP roles leading cleaning division marketing and global health and wellness.
Prior to joining Clorox, Amin worked for 12 years at Procter & Gamble, where he held management positions in beauty care and family care. Amin holds a bachelor's degree in international policy and a master's degree in business administration from Duke University.