Gadot Biochemicals Industries appoints Eva Criado Clemente as marketing manager and sales manager for Europe and Latin America

Gadot Biochemicals Industries, one of the world’s leading suppliers of citrate-based ingredients, fortifying minerals, bisglycinates, phosphates, gluconates, and custom solutions for the food, beverage, dairy, and nutraceutical industries, has announced the appointment of Eva Criado Clemente as marketing manager and sales manager for Europe and Latin America (LATAM.) Gadot has experienced an unprecedented demand for minerals and expects to continue with this trend until the end of the year.

“We welcome the addition of Ms. Criado Clemente to our marketing and sales team,” enthused Ohad Cohen, CEO of the Israel-based company. “Her impressive experience will help energise global brand awareness, promote new ingredients, and develop our market in Europe.”

Based in Madrid, Spain, Criado Clemente brings to Gadot more than two decades of experience in omnichannel marketing and communications, business development, and strategic management for the nutraceutical, sports nutrition, and pharmaceutical ingredients. Her previous positions include managing business development and communications for multinational companies ranging from Weider Nutrition to Pharmactive Biotech Products and the Taiwan External Trade Development Council. This experience, plus her comprehensive background in global strategy, international sales, distribution, and portfolio management, contribute to her unique, 360-degree view of the industry.

“I’m excited to join this impressive global provider and the opportunity to help them grow their abilities to provide food, beverage, and nutraceutical developers with better-for-you ingredients that today’s consumer demand,” said Criado Clemente.

Gadot continues to expand its capabilities in nutraceutical, food, and beverage applications. With pronounced advantages that ensure continuous stock and supply chains, as well as local production facilities, the company is unaffected by the supply shortage issues currently plaguing the industry.

“By adapting and expanding our production and facilities, we are readily able to meet market demands for mineral ingredients, while offering superior quality at competitive pricing,” added Cohen.