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New Country Business Manager for Nestlé Ireland

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Andrew Shaw

Nestlé has appointed Andrew Shaw as the new Country Business Manager for Ireland. Andrew assumes responsibility for Nestlé Ireland’s operations and its wide portfolio of products across the confectionery, beverage, food and petcare categories. He will lead the company in Ireland as it continues to expand its presence and deliver growth across its categories.

Andrew has over 20 years of international experience in the FMCG sector. He has held a variety of supply chain management and leadership roles in Nestlé UK & Ireland and Switzerland. His most recent role was as Head of Demand and Supply Planning for Nestlé UK & Ireland. Andrew has worked across many Nestlé UK & Ireland categories, including pet care, confectionery, culinary, ice-cream and beverages.

Andrew said, “I look forward to working closely with our dedicated team based in Citywest to drive further growth across our multiple categories whilst bringing our iconic brands to new levels of customer and consumer engagement. It is a particularly exciting time to lead the business too, where we are announcing some significant market leading research and development innovations to reduce sugar across our confectionery portfolio.”

Andrew is a graduate of Northumbria University where he obtained a Business Studies degree.


For Further Information:
Weber Shandwick PR                          (01) 676 01 68
Siobhan Molloy/Rachel Galligan         086 817 50 66/ 087 7919901

About Nestlé in Ireland

Nestlé Ireland is a subsidiary of Nestlé SA, the world’s leading nutrition, health and wellness company. Nestlé has over 70 brands across six categories in the Irish market: beverage, confectionery, cereals, food, pet care and infant nutrition. Its iconic brands include Nescafé, KitKat, Rowntree’s, Maggi as well as Bakers and Felix pet food. Nestlé’s product range also includes SMA infant nutrition, which has a manufacturing site at Askeaton, Co Limerick. Nestlé employs over 750 people in Ireland.