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Goodman Fielder Makes Key Marketing Appointment


NEW APPOINTMENT MEDIA RELEASE October 14, 2002

Goodman Fielder Makes Key Marketing Appointment

Goodman Fielder New Zealand Limited has made a key marketing team appointment.

Geeta Uka has been appointed Senior Brand Manager Cooking to manage the cooking portfolio. She has five years experience in the FMCG (Fast Moving Consumer Goods) industry and will be responsible for a number of high profile brands including Diamond, Patak's and Paul Newman's Dressings.

Before joining Goodman Fielder Geeta was with Heinz Watties Australasia in a number of roles, most recently as product manager of several canned catfood brands. Before that Geeta was a Trade Business Analyst and then an Account Manager on the company's Woolworths' account.

Geeta holds a Bachelor of Commerce from Auckland University.

Released on behalf of Goodman Fielder by Porter Novelli.



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