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Dole announces organizational changes

BY Ryan Chavis

WESTLAKE VILLAGE, Calif. — Dole announced a succession plan for two of its operational divisions, which includes internal candidates transitioning to more substantial leadership roles.

 “We have implemented the following succession plan at two of our operating divisions,” said Michael Carter, Dole’s president and chief operating officer. “David Murdock and I are pleased to have the following internal successors at our Vegetables and North America Fresh Fruit divisions:

  •     Howard Roeder has been promoted to president of Dole Fresh Vegetables, reporting to me and now replacing Ray De Riggi, who is retiring;
  •     Cynthia Nunes and Todd Camel have been promoted to VP and co-general manager of Fresh Fruit North America, each reporting to me, and who will be working closely together in now replacing Michael Cavallero, who is retiring; and
  •     John Trummel now reports to me in his role as VP and general manager of Dole Ocean Cargo Express.”

The company noted that the changes and reorganization will allow Dole to address the "continued volatility in some of Dole’s businesses and the unpredictable nature of its commodity produce businesses in general." It also will help to improve the company’s worldwide operations and fits in with Dole’s strategic focus on promoting the benefits of consuming fresh fruits and vegetables.

 

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Crème of Nature adds more options for naturally curly hair

BY Antoinette Alexander

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — Colomer Beauty Brands’ Crème of Nature is expanding its portfolio with the new Crème of Nature with Argan Oil for Curls products.

The line is comprised of four new products: Crème of Nature with Argan Oil from Morocco Pudding Perfect, Twirling Custard, Moisturizing Milk Masque and Butter-licious Curls. The products are priced at $8.99 each.

“Our new Crème of Nature with argan oil for curls line additions of hair care products for curls, coils, kinks, waves and those in transition is all about celebrating individual beauty and gives consumers the freedom to achieve the styles they want and the product performance they need,” said Shawn Tollerson, Crème of Nature’s VP marketing. “Girls with curls will love these new products, which include the amazing benefits of argan oil and argan butter from Morocco for healthy, hydrated, frizz-free curls with exotic shine.”

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Pacific Shaving Co. develops line of caffeinated shaving products

BY Antoinette Alexander

NEW YORK — Pacific Shaving Co., a manufacturer of natural, eco-friendly shaving products, has just launched its new caffeinated shaving cream and aftershave for men and women. 

Caffeine is already a "go-to" ingredient in everything from eye creams to anti-aging lotions to concealers to moisturizers and now it has found its way into the shaving segment.
 
Caffeine is a vasoconstrictor and antioxidant that helps reduce the appearance of redness and keeps your skin looking and feeling healthy. Pacific Shaving Co.’s products utilize the benefits of naturally derived caffeine from coffee beans to help liven up the morning shave routine. 
 

"Caffeine is a versatile ingredient with many health benefits," said Stan Ades, founder of Pacific Shaving Co. "When topically applied, the benefits of caffeine can take effect quickly. With 50 mg of naturally derived caffeine (an espresso contains approximately 60 mg), Pacific Shaving Company’s new products are not yet likely to replace your morning coffee routine, but they will help get you going in the morning — while providing an exceptional shaving experience."
 

 

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