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View From the Top: Jean-Yves Parisot, President, Diana (Symrise Nutrition Division)

19 Dec 2018 ---  Diana, the Nutrition Division of Symrise, reaches a turnover of €600 million and therefore accounts for about 20 percent of the Symrise turnover as a whole (circa €3 billion in 2017). Diana is organized around three business units – Diana Food, Diana Pet Food and Diana Aqua. Jean-Yves Parisot has served as President of Diana since October 2016. He has also been the Chairman of the Board of Probi AB since April 2015. Before Diana’s acquisition and integration into Symrise AG, he spent five years at the head of the Diana Food Division Business.

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