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Snowbird beefs up tech and NPD teams

09 January 2017

Snowbird foods has very considerably beefed up its technical and new product development services with three appointments, two of them at a very senior level. 

Named as the new technical manager by the fully cooked and frozen sausage and meatballs company is Tony Crilly.  A graduate of Kings University, Belfast with a degree in food science, he spent five years with an Irish dairy powders company before moving into the meat sector for four years.

Prior to joining Snowbird he gained further experience with a large company making products for retail multiples and foodservice customers.

Ms. Bethany England, a Leeds University graduate, is Snowbird’s new head of innovation. Initially a food technician with Two Sisters, she was promoted to food technologist at its Anglian sites before moving to 3SM Bakery Solutions where she spent 3½ years as NPD manager.  With that company Ms. England was an important part of a pan European innovation team.

The third newcomer to the Snowbird technical team is NPD technologist Emanuele Manni, a Cardiff University graduate.


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