Organix promotes Rosier to MD

Organix, the children’s organic food company, has promoted sales director Anna Rosier to managing director. Her appointment comes as founder Lizzie Vann moves to become chairman of new charity, The Organix Foundation.

Vann, who founded the company in 1992, will now run the charity that uses Organix profits to fund independent research into food quality and children’s health.

Rosier joined the company in 2004 and has previously worked at Gillette and Coca-Cola. She will continue to oversee the growth of the company, which has 15 new products launching this year.

Sara Alden-Court has been appointed to replace Rosier. She joins from baby food company SMA Nutrition, where she was trade controller. It has also appointed Michelle Constantinou as marketing manager. She was previously in the marketing team at chocolate manufacturer, Bendicks.


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