Tuesday 15th November 2011
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Fonterra Cooperative Group, New Zealand's biggest company by sales, has announced the resignation of its managing director of global ingredients and foodservice, Andrei Mikhalevsky.
After joining the co-operative five years ago Mikhalevsky will finish at the end of the year.
He has accepted a role with US-based California Dairies Inc.
Mikhalevsky will be temporarily replaced by Fonterra's director of global formulated food Alex Turnbull until a permanent replacement is made.
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