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Goodman Fielder New Zealand appoints new CFO

NEW APPOINTMENT RELEASE

2 March, 2004

Goodman Fielder New Zealand appoints new CFO

Goodman Fielder New Zealand, this country's largest FMCG company which produces brands such as Quality Bakers, Bluebird, Uncle Tobys and Irvines, has announced the appointment of Brian Fiedler as Chief Financial Officer.

Brian is a chartered accountant with 20 years experience in public accounting and with multi-national FMCG companies. He previously served nine years with Colgate Palmolive most recently as Director of Finance for that company's Malaysian Group based in Kuala Lumpur.

His time with Colgate posts as Regional Manager of Strategic Planning based in Sydney and as the Controller of Canadian Operations based in Toronto.

Before joining Colgate, Brian was the Controller of Coca-Cola Canada Limited and articled with chartered accounting firm, Price Waterhouse in Toronto and London, Canada.

Brian is a Commerce Graduate from the University of Toronto.

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