Former Dropbox exec Dennis Woodside joins Unattainable Meals as its first President

Former Google and Dropbox govt Dennis Woodside has joined the meat alternative developer Unattainable Meals as the corporate’s first President. Woodside, who beforehand shepherded Dropbox by its preliminary public providing, is a longtime know-how govt who's making his first foray into the meals enterprise. The 25-year tech business veteran most lately served because the chief working officer of Dropbox, and beforehand was the chief govt of Motorola Mobility after that firm’s acquisition by Google. “I really like what Unattainable Meals is doing: utilizing science and know-how to ship scrumptious and nutritious meals that individuals love, in an environmentally sustainable means,” Woodside mentioned. “I’m equally thrilled to concentrate on offering the award-winning Unattainable Burger and future merchandise to hundreds of thousands of customers, eating places and retailers.” In line with an announcement, Woodside might be chargeable for the corporate’s operations, manufacturing, provide chain, gross sales, advertising, human assets and different features. The corporate at present has a employees of 350 divided between its Redwood Metropolis, Calif. and Oakland manufacturing plant. Unattainable Meals now slings its burger in eating places throughout the USA, Hong Kong, Macau and Singapore and is anticipating to launch a grocery retailer product later this 12 months.