People News: February 2014

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Biz(941), a Sarasota Magazine, wrote about Geoff Robinson, founder of Digital Earth Network, in its 2013 People to Watch feature. Robinson, whose company offers business intelligence, software development and video production to natural products businesses, was selected from among 228 nominees.

Bill Frisher is now the director of purchasing and merchandising at Tunie’s of Coral Springs, FL. He comes to Tunie’s from The Vitamin Shoppe.

Gaiam TV of Boulder, CO, is debuting a new show called, “Is What You Are Eating, Eating You?” featuring Jeffrey Smith, executive director of the Institute for Responsible Technology. The show will focus on GMOs and other issues.

Rashid Umar Jan, Ph.D., joined Sabinsa Europe GmbH, based in Langen, Germany, as technical sales manager, Europe.

Dallas, TX-based Essential Formulas Incorporated (EFI) welcomed Claire Goodson as its new assistant director of education.

NeoCell of Irvine, CA, hired Shannon Hirtzel to be its new marketing manager.

Health journalist and health freedom advocate James Gormley was selected to receive the 2014 “Excellence in Health Journalism Award” by Emord & Associates’ 20th Anniversary Celebration Awards Committee.

Hauppauge, NY-based Bio-Botanica Inc. appointed Christina Goetjen to be its director of new business development for food, beverage and flavor divisions.

James Moss is now the vice president of sales for GoodBelly of Boulder, CO.

 

Published in WholeFoods Magazine, February 2014