FAVORED® Inc. (PINKSHEETS: FVRD) today announced the launch of their new Dairy Program and the appointment of John H. Schiering who is heading this initiative.
Dr. Claude Page, President and C.E.O of FAVORED® Inc., commented about John H. Schiering and this initiative, "John has been working diligently with both Purdue University and South Dakota State University for the last three months, first to verify the research supporting our Nutrient Profile and then to quantify the health enhancements and flavor profile."
Dr. Page continued, "I am very excited about the experience John had at Borden, Inc., and know his experience in new product roll out will expedite the introduction of FAVORED® Dairy Products. His numerous relationships have given us the head start that is strategic to any launch of a successful program. In this way, we are developing a winning team along with our winning business model for the future."
About John H. Schiering
John H. Schiering, aged 59, heads FAVORED® Dairy Products initiative. Mr. Schiering holds his BA from Brown University, his JD, magna cum laude, from the New England School of Law and is a member of the Massachusetts Bar. Prior to joining the FAVORED® Inc. team, Mr. Schiering served as Vice President of Manufacturing for Nabisco Confections, President & CEO at Kron Chocolatier and then, for Borden's Candy Division. In addition to his general management tenures, Mr. Schiering has also successfully conducted extended consultancies for The Bank of New York, Zachary Confections, Wilson Foods, and Maxfield Candy Company among others. Mr. Schiering resides with his family in Carmel, IN.
About FAVORED® Inc.
The all natural FAVORED® System delivers food products that carry the assurance of being completely traceable from origin to consumer (from "seed to plate"). Its patent pending system focuses on those traits that today's consumers desire; products free from growth hormones and antibiotics and produced with only non genetically modified feed rations.
FAVORED® Inc., therefore, participates in a market segment that represents approximately 33% of the U.S. population. In fact, sales to consumers who demand natural/organic foods now exceed US $30 billion each year.
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