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Feb 09, 2022

Kellogg India gets Prashant Peres

Moves from Mondelez International

Kellogg India gets Prashant Peres
Kellogg India has announced the joining of Prashant as managing director for India and South Asia. 
In this role, he will steer the business forward to serve consumers with its wide array of food offerings. He will be based in Mumbai, India and has started his role since January 2022. 
Mohit Anand who served as managing director for India and South Asia, has been elevated as general manager, snacks portfolio for Kellogg AMEA, based in Singapore.
Peres moves from Mondelez International, where he lead the chocolate business in India. 
Shumit Kapoor, president, Kellogg AMEA, said, “We are pleased to appoint Prashant Peres to lead the Kellogg South Asia business. We believe that his strong experience will help build on our sustainable growth momentum in the market, develop our talent and bring more food innovations to our consumers. I congratulate Mohit Anand for his new role in leading the snacks portfolio for Kellogg AMEA region. Mohit is an excellent leader within Kellogg with rich India and Asia experiences gathered over the years. I am excited to have him join us here in Singapore and unlock the potential of the snacks category across markets.”
Peres said, “The challenge of leading a business in India is always thrilling, but more so when it is a legacy brand such as Kellogg. I am looking forward to step into this role and play a part in augmenting Kellogg’s commitment to serving its consumers and communities with its wide range of cereals and snacks. We are in an exciting place as a business with a fantastic opportunity for nutritious food offerings before us and I am looking forward to growing it further along with the passionate team at Kellogg South Asia.”
With around 25 years of experience, he has also worked across different functions at Unilever. 
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