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March 2, 2017

The Sugar Association, Inc., has named nutrition scientist Courtney Gaine, Ph.D., R.D., to lead the organization as chief executive officer and hired two key staff members to help carry out its updated mission with a focus on science and transparency, said Chairman of the Board Brian O’Malley.

“Dr. Gaine has the expertise in health and science that we need to bring balance to the discussion about diet and to engage in productive dialogue with consumers, policy makers, scientists, medical professionals and public health professionals,” O’Malley said.

Read the full article at: https://www.marketwatch.com/press-release/changes-in-sugar-association-mission-leadership-signal-industry-evolution-2017-03-02

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