Clorox CFO retires
OAKLAND, Calif. — Clorox announced that EVP and CFO Dan Heinrich, who has served as financial chief of the company since 2003, will retire Nov. 16.
In addition to his current role leading all aspects of the finance, business development and investor relations functions and corporate administrative services, during his career with Clorox, Heinrich also oversaw the corporate communications, risk management and IT functions. Heinrich, who joined the company in 2001 and controller, also is a member of the company’s executive committee.
Replacing Heinrich is Steve Robb, VP finance. Effective Nov. 17, Robb will be appointed SVP and CFO and a member of the company’s executive management committee, reporting to Clorox CEO Don Knauss. As CFO, Robb will oversee accounting, reporting, internal controls, treasury, tax and investor relations.
Weight Watchers Smart Ones adds Satisfying Selections
PITTSBURGH — Weight Watchers has expanded its line of Smart Ones mealtime offerings with new meals in a bag.
The new Satisfying Selections line offers 30% bigger portions than traditional tray meals, but tout less than 400 calories. The line includes such Weight Watchers Smart Ones dinnertime dishes as:
Chicken and broccoli alfredo;
Ziti with meatballs and cheese;
Chicken with broccoli and cheese; and
Chicken teriyaki stir fry.
The suggested retail price for the new Satisfying Selections meals is $3.69 per 11.8-oz. bag. Each bagged meal displays the new Weight Watchers PointsPlus values on its packaging, the company noted.
V8 V-Fusion adds smoothies to lineup
CAMDEN, N.J. — Campbell Soup Co. has expanded its V8 V-Fusion juices line with 100% fruit and vegetable juice smoothies.
The V8 V-Fusion smoothies have no added sugar, artificial colors, flavors or preservatives and provide 2g fiber and such vitamins as A, C and E, for 130 calories or less.
The new smoothies carry a suggested retail price of $3.99 for a 36-oz. bottle. For a limited time, 9.5-oz. bottles also will be available at select Walmart stores nationwide for 50 cents.