About Phillips Resources
Ms. Philips held a responsible position with the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Nutrition and Technical Services Division where she worked with the CN label program including approval of labels and liaison with FSIS operations staff for CN label quality control programs. She was a cafeteria manager in one of the largest and most advanced food service operations in the country: Fairfax County, Virginia. Following this experience, Ms. Philips was Director of Technical Services of a consulting firm where she helped food industry companies realize opportunities in the school food service market. Earlier experience included the test kitchens of the Campbell Soup Company.
Ms. Phillips earned a Bachelor of Science in Food and Nutrition from Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA.
During his tenure with Gold Kist, Everett served as Director of Sales and Marketing for the Further Processed Business Unit. His responsibilities included sales, business unit P and L, accounting, supply chain, personnel, and business unit annual operating budgets. Additionally, in this position, he was also responsible for developing annual strategic sales and marketing plans, pricing and product costing strategies, new product development and introduction, and broker training and management. The Further Processed Business Unit sold products to the foodservice (including CN), retail and retail deli, warehouse, and industrial account segments. After Pilgrims acquired Gold Kist in 2007, Everett became the Director of the School, USDA, and Non-Commercial business sales.
Everett has worked with the USDA Commodity Program since 1983 and was instrumental in initiating and developing the CN business for Gold Kist beginning in 1985. He has been a very active in supporter of the National School Lunch Program and the American Commodity Distribution Program where he served as the American Commodity Distribution Association (ACDA) Industry Representative and served on the ACDA Processing Committee for over 20 years. Additionally, he has been a speaker for numerous presentations, workshops, and technical education sessions at the ACDA and SNA Annual Conferences, State SNA Conferences and State sponsored Commodity Processing education sessions. Everett is a recognized resource to USDA concerning industry impact and potential ramifications of proposed USDA regulation changes on CN and USDA commodity program.
Everett has a BA in History and Agricultural Economics from the University of Georgia and an MBA from Augusta State University.
Chris Loudon, RD
Phone: (703) 715-8471
Fax: (703) 264-5982
offers nutrient analysis of various types of recipes, menus and for food labeling. Nutrient analysis and food labeling has also been completed for a variety of food manufacturing companies throughout the United States and Puerto Rico. Food labeling work has included database nutrient analysis, formatting of Nutrition Facts panel, ingredient statements, and allergen statements to meet USDA and FDA regulations. Chris also does nutrient analysis for restaurants and school nutrition programs.
Chris has been a trainer for ESHA Research for the Genesis R&D nutrient analysis software program. She has taught introductory and advanced programs to groups from a variety of food companies. She has traveled across the United States to conduct the training in individual companies and has specialized the training to the company’s focus.
For over 20 years, Chris did nutrition education presentations to groups and provided individual nutrition counseling on a one-to-one basis. A major focus of the presentations was to assist attendees in making healthy food choices by changing their eating habits. Various types of materials have been developed and used in these presentations. This experience provides Chris with the knowledge to help clients understand what consumers are looking for regarding nutrition information.
Chris is a graduate of Kent State University in Kent, Ohio and completed a dietetic internship at The New York Hospital-Cornell Medical Center in New York, New York.
Mobile: (717) 360-1425
Sandy has been very active in the American Commodity Distribution Association (ACDA) as a member of the processing committee and on the ACDA Board as a regional director and secretary covering a span of eight years. Many articles on processing issues published in the Commodity Key were written by Sandy as well as presenting workshops at annual meetings. As a member of School Nutrition Association (SNA), she has also presented workshops at their annual conference.
Before joining the Maryland agency, Sandy taught nutrition and foods subjects at the Mont Alto Branch of the Pennsylvania State University (PSU) and Hagerstown Community College. She was also the Nutrition Education and Training (NET) director for the south central district of the Pennsylvania Department of Education. In this latter capacity, she developed nutrition programs and taught classes for school food service staff and teachers.
Sandy earned a BS in Food Science at Penn State University and MS in Nutrition Education at Hood College.
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