Delhaize America names CIO
SALISBURY, N.C. — Delhaize America, whose retail banners include Bottom Dollar Food, Food Lion and Hannaford Supermarkets, has hired Michael Laurenti as CIO.
He succeeds Deb Dixson who announced her retirement from Delhaize America earlier this year. Dixson joined the organization in 2010 and led significant transformation of the information technology and information security functions during her tenure.
As CIO, Laurenti will have responsibility for all information technology and information security operations, which support the company's millions of customers, 100,000 associates and 1,300 stores.
Laurenti has more than 20 years of retail leadership in information technology. Laurenti previously served as CIO for Belk Department Stores. Prior to Belk, he worked at Family Dollar Stores, Linens 'N Things and Toys "R" Us.
"Mike brings a wealth of information technology leadership to Delhaize America," stated Kevin Holt, Delhaize America CEO. "I am confident that as our new CIO he will continue to deliver a world-class Information Technology infrastructure and innovation for our company. We look forward to Laurenti joining Delhaize America and tapping into his extensive experience to propel our U.S. operations forward, enhance service in our retail stores and leverage technology to better serve our customers."
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Canada’s Skinfix eczema solutions to debut at U.S. Target stores
NOVA SCOTIA — Skinfix, a manufacturer of steroid-free skin healing solutions, will debut this month its dry skin and eczema solutions exclusively at all Target stores in the United States and online at Target.com.
All Skinfix products are based on an original skin-soothing formula created over 150 years ago by pharmacist Thomas Dixon in Yorkshire, England. As generations passed, Dixon’s descendants immigrated to Canada, bringing his recipe with them and selling it in their local community. Dixon’s formula became the foundation for Skinfix, which debuted in new packaging in Canada last fall.
Skinfix is now entering the United States with three formulas — Skinfix Body Repair Balm, Hand Repair Cream and Daily Lotion, offering customers an alternative to prescriptions or OTC steroids for the treatment of eczema and dry irritated, skin.
The Skinfix Body Repair Balm, is clinically proven to treat eczema, dryness and dermatitis, without harsh ingredients, the company stated. Body Repair Balm has a skin barrier-building texture, contains no water and uses 2% colloidal oatmeal to soothe redness and itching. Skinfix products also contain such ingredients as natural butters, botanicals and protective emollient oils to repair the skin barrier.
The Skinfix Hand Repair Cream is formulated for severely dry, cracked skin, occupational dermatitis and eczema. The product is ideal for frequent hand washers and those prone to the irritation associated with eczema, according to the company.
Skinfix Daily Lotion is an everyday, lightweight moisturizing body lotion that keeps dry, eczema-prone skin healthy and soft.
Skinfix products are available at Target stores nationwide and online at Target.com. Body Repair Balm and Hand Repair Cream are sold in 2-oz. tubes for $17.99. Daily Lotion is offered in 12 oz. pump bottles for $24.99. All three are free of fragrance, parabens, phthalates and steroids.
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