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Kellanova Canada reveals new leadership team as spin-off takes effect

By Food in Canada   

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Kellanova (formerly known as Kellogg Company) completes the previously announced spin-off of its North American cereal business (WK Kellogg Co), resulting in two independent, public companies.

This also marks the beginning of two standalone legal entities in Canada: Kellanova Canada and WK Kellogg Canada.

As part of the news, Kellanova Canada announced a newly appointed leadership team that includes:

  • Tony Chow, president;
  • Angela Giancaterini, Canada legal director;
  • Chrissie Say, Canada finance lead;
  • Erin Towns, Canada sales lead;
  • Gretchen Merkel, Canada supply-chain lead;
  • Lores Tomé, Canada corporate-affairs lead;
  • Nicole Gawen, Canada marketing lead; and
  • Patricia Antonio, Canada human-resources Lead.

“This is the beginning of a new era for Kellanova Canada. We are a bold, ambitious, and innovative company with fresh leadership who will steer our new vision and strategy into the future,” says Tony Chow, president for Canada. “I’m excited about embarking on this journey together to achieve our vision of becoming a global snacking powerhouse, unleashing the full potential of our differentiated brands and our passionate people. The future never tasted better.”

To celebrate this milestone, Kellanova Canada organized a variety of festivities for its employees across Canada, including a special watch party as members of the executive committee rang the opening bell at the iconic New York Stock Exchange.

Kellanova Canada includes brands such as Pringles, Cheez-It, Pop-Tarts, Kellogg’s Rice Krispies Treats, RXBAR, Eggo, Nutri-Grain, and MorningStar Farms.

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