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New President and CEO appointed at Ocean Nutrition Canada Limited
Date:7/6/2010

DARTMOUTH, NS, July 6 /PRNewswire/ - Ocean Nutrition Canada Limited - Long time Ocean Nutrition Canada Ltd. (ONC) President and CEO, Robert Orr, will make way for a new CEO to lead the company's next growth phase, with particular focus on international expansion efforts and the food sector.

Martin Jamieson, a 30 year international food industry veteran, has been appointed as the new President and CEO at ONC. He will oversee day-to-day operations at the Dartmouth, Nova Scotia-based Omega-3 dietary supplement and food ingredient, researcher and manufacturer.

Orr, company co-founder with John Risley, becomes Chairman, who will work with Jamieson and the Board of Directors in charting the firm's strategic direction and will focus on Omega-3 category growth activities.

Martin Jamieson has an impressive background growing firms with familiar household names. Most recently, Jamieson was Executive Vice President of Loblaw Brands at Loblaw Companies, Canada's leading food retailer, responsible for the management and marketing of their $7 billion private label business. Prior to that, he was President of Robin Hood Multifoods and before that President of Pillsbury Canada Ltd.

Jamieson came to Canada with Pillsbury, after successfully running the firm's UK/Ireland business. Additionally, he led pan-European marketing and strategic planning for Häagen-Dazs and spearheaded the brand's introduction and growth across 14 countries.

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