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  • Health and Plant Protein Group (HPP) has appointed Nicki Anderson as Non-Executive Director and Chair, effective from May 17, 2021
  • Nicki Anderson has worked both in Australia and internationally for well-known brands including Coca Cola Amatil, Cadbury Schweppes, McCain, Nestlé and Kraft
  • Nicki Anderson will succeed Guy Cowan, who announced his intention to step down as Chairman in February
  • Company shares last traded at 25 cents on May 13

Health and Plant Protein Group (HPP) has appointed a new Non-Executive Director and Chair, effective from May 17, 2021.

Nicki Anderson has been appointed to the role, succeeding Guy Cowan, who announced his intention to step down as Chairman in February.

The new appointee comes with a background in strategy, sales, marketing, licensing and innovation with branded food and beverages, including senior positions in marketing and innovation within world class FMCG companies.

Nicki Anderson has worked both in Australia and internationally for well-known brands including Coca Cola Amatil, Cadbury Schweppes, McCain, Nestlé and Kraft.

Nicki Anderson was previously Vice President of Cadbury Schweppes Americas Beverages based in New York, and is currently Non-Executive Director of Select Harvests, Funtastic while also holding directorships with Mrs Macs, Australian Made Campaign and Prostate Cancer Foundation.

“Nicki's broad experience within branded food, beverage, and consumer goods businesses, including in the USA, will be highly additive to HPP as it seeks to execute on its strategic ambitions in the FMCG and health and plant protein categories,” said HPP Executive Director, Dennis Lin.

Additionally, in April HPP’s Royal Hawaiian Orchards brand became the market share leader across all branded macadamia nuts in the U.S.

“We are incredibly pleased by this development. It further validates our strategic decisions to rigorously invest in new products, retail distribution, digital marketing, and efforts to increase availability of our Hawaiian-grown macadamia nuts across the USA,”  said Dennnis Lin.

Company shares last traded at 25 cents on May 13.

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