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Cadbury Trebor Bassetts - Cadbury Schweppes has six business regions which comprise North America Beverages; Europe Beverages; Europe Confectionery; Americas Confectionery; Asia Pacific; and Africa, India and Middle East.

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Cadbury Trebor Bassetts Cadbury Schweppes has six business regions which comprise North America Beverages; Europe Beverages; Europe Confectionery; Americas Confectionery; Asia Pacific; and Africa, India and Middle East. Our core beverages market is the US, the largest soft drinks market in the world, where Dr Pepper/Seven Up ("DPSU "), Motts, the Snapple Beverages Group and the Dr Pepper/Seven Up Bottling Group ( "DPSUBG ") are based. DPSU's key brands in this region are Dr Pepper, 7 UP, Schweppes, Canada Dry, A& W, Hawaiian Punch and Squirt. Licensed products include Sunkist, Crystal Light, Country Time and Welch's. DPSU operates as a licensor, selling concentrate to independently owned bottling and canning operations including DPSUBG, an independent bottling company, in which we have a 40% interest, operating in Texas, California and 17 other western and midwestern states. Mott's produces Mott's apple brands, Clamato juices, Hawaiian Punch and a variety of speciality products. Snapple Beverage Group is a premium beverage company whose brands include Snapple, Mistic, Stewart's, Orangina and Yoo-Hoo. Snapple is the leading brand in the profitable and high growth premium ready-to-drink tea and juice sector of the New Age be verage market. In October 2001 it assumed responsibility for the sales and marketing of Orangina and Yoo-Hoo in the US and strengthened its portfolio further in March this year by acquiring Nantucket Nectars. ...read more.

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Between 1995 and 1999 he also served as Executive Chairman of the Energy Group plc, Deputy Chairman of Newsquest plc and as a non-executive Director of U.S. Industries Inc. Age 58. John M Sunderland Chief Executive Officer Appointed as Chief Executive Officer in the Group management re-organisation of March 2000, having served as Group Chief Executive since September 1996. Appointed a Director in May 1993. He joined Cadbury Schweppes in 1968. After holding various directorships in Ireland, South Africa and the UK, he was a founding Director in 1987 of Coca-Cola & Schweppes Beverages Ltd. In 1989 he was appointed as Managing Director of the UK Sugar Confectionery Division, subsequently the Trebor Bassett Group. Prior to his appointment as Group Chief Executive he was, from1993 to 1996, Managing Director, Confectionery Stream. He is also a non-executive Director of the Rank Group Plc and a trustee of Industry in Education. Age 56. John F Brock Chief Operating Officer Appointed as Chief Operating Officer in March 2000 having served as a Director since January 1996 and previously as Managing Director, Beverages Stream from February 1996. He joined Cadbury Beverages North America in 1983 after 11 years with Procter & Gamble Co. He held a number of senior positions in the Beverages Stream culminating in his appointment as Managing Director, Beverages Stream in February 1996. ...read more.

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He is also a member of the Industrial Development Advisory Board, a member of the CBI Council and a Fellow of the Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce. Previously he was a Director of Williams PLC from 1984, becoming Chief Executive from 1994 until 2000, and a Director of Thames Water Plc from1994, being appointed Chairman from1999 to 2000. Age 55. David A R Thompson Non-Executive Appointed a Director in March 1998. He is Deputy Chief Executive and Finance Director of The Boots Company PLC, having joined that company in 1966 and held a number of finance appointments in the UK and Canada before being appointed, in 1990, as Group Finance Director. He became Joint Group Managing Director in 1997 and was made Deputy Chief Executive in 2000. Age 59. Dr Wolfgang Berndt Non-Executive Appointed a Director in January 2002. He joined The Procter & Gamble Company in 1967 holding a number of increasingly senior brand management roles around that Group before becoming a Group Vice President in 1986 and President, Global Fabric & Home Care in 1999. He had extensive general management experience running the Procter & Gamble's regional operations in Latin and North America as well as Western and Eastern Europe. He retired from Procter & Gamble in September 2001 but remains Chairman of the Supervisory Board of its German business. Age 59. ...read more.

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