Kemin Food Technologies—Asia Appoints New Head of Innovation and Application Excellence

Tuesday, August 4th, 2020 | 302 Views


Kemin Industries has named Keith Lim, Ph.D., as Head of Innovation and Application Excellence for Kemin Food Technologies – Asia.

Dr. Lim has over 15 years of experience in food ingredient application and has actively led product development projects. Dr. Lim will manage the overall activities of Kemin Food Technologies’ technical and development team across Asia and play a pivotal role in ensuring Kemin continues to deliver innovative solutions to its customers.

Prior to joining Kemin, Dr. Lim spent three years working with Sensient Technologies as Technical Director for the Asia Pacific region. He has worked at various multinational food additive and ingredient companies, including Tate & Lyle, Friesland Campina Kievit, International Flavors & Fragrances and CP Kelco.

“It is our pleasure to welcome Keith to the Kemin family,” said Michelle Lim, President of Kemin Food Technologies – Asia. “Keith’s breadth of knowledge in food additive and ingredient application and his extensive experience will be a great asset to us as we continue to strengthen our technical capabilities and advance the development of shelf-life and food safety solutions to address current and future market needs. I look forward to seeing his expertise accelerate our vision to transform the quality of life every day for 80 percent of the world.”

 

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