Good Foods Expands Marketing Team With New Brand Manager

PLEASANT PRAIRIE, WIS.  – Good Foods, a better-for-you foods company, is pleased to announce the hire of Maria Nakasone as brand manager. With more than fifteen years of experience in brand and category management, Nakasone will bring added efficiency and creative perspective to the Good Foods team.

Nakasone’s extensive professional background includes having established herself as a dynamic leader with deep understanding of product and brand development, launch strategy, marketing, and merchandising. She prioritizes education and collaboration to best understand how all roles within the organization can work together to elevate the brand.

“We are thrilled to have Maria join the Good Foods family and share her knowledge and expertise with the team,” says Danyel O’Connor, executive vice president of sales and marketing at Good Foods. “Maria’s experience and unique perspective paired with her leadership style is exactly what our brand needs to continue growing.”

As Brand Manager, Nakasone will help shape and advance Good Foods’ brand growth with suppliers, retailers and consumers. She will work closely with the marketing team to create and promote new ideas and concepts for the brand in addition to working on new launches and media opportunities.

“I am proud to be a part of this forward-thinking and innovative team,” said Nakasone. “I’ve always been passionate about customer-focused innovation and product development, and Good Foods commitment to both is exemplary.”

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About Good Foods

Good Foods, LLC is a leader in providing healthy, all-natural products such as guacamoles, dips, salads, and dressings. Good Foods creates convenient snacks and meal options that are made with real ingredients, free of preservatives and artificial flavors. The brand’s products are packaged using high pressure processing that uses cold water pressure, keeping foods safe and at their peak freshness. For more information, please visit