Uniq Prepared Foods has created three key roles as part of an ongoing programme to strengthen its commercial team.
Kenton Robbins has returned to Uniq after a three-year spell at Dairy Crest to head the Asda account as commercial account director. At Dairy Crest, he was senior account manager looking after cheese and dairy for Asda.
Tim Driver joins Robbins on the Asda team as the Retail Link analyst. He comes from Unilever, where he was a category development analyst with Asda accounts. Robbins said Asda had an ambitious agenda to improve its market position and Uniq was well placed to help Asda deliver.
Bruce Stephen moves from Danone to Uniq as category business manager for Morrisons.