Quorn chief executive Kevin Brennan will be stepping down next year, after a 10-year tenure, BusinessLive has reported. He will be succeeded by Marco Bertacca, who was most recently the managing director for the Alaska Milk Corporation for the Philippines.
Bertacca will assume the role of Quorn chief executive from January 6, 2020, and will relocate to Stokesley, North Yorkshire, where the company has its headquarters. According to Quorn, Bertacca has had an extensive career in international food brands, having previously held senior roles including Friesland Campina, Unilever, BakeMark and CSM Bakery Solutions.
As for Brennan, after ten years in charge, he is set to move on to non-executive roles, notes the report.
Quorn in the UK offers a wide range of frozen products including meat-free pastries, vegan crunchy fillets, vegetarian gammon steaks, vegetarian peppered steaks and more. The company also sells a range of products in the U.S.