Leadership

Paul Nardone

Paul Nardone

CEO of BFY Brands, Inc.,

Paul Nardone, CEO of BFY Brands, Inc., is a proven consumer packaged goods executive with over 27 years of experience successfully leading and growing innovative food and beverage brands, with a focus on strong sales, marketing and brand-building strategies.

Before joining BFY Brands, Paul was an Operating Partner at Sherbrooke Capital, a growth capital private equity firm, where he focused on driving growth across their healthy food and beverages portfolio, including serving on the Board of Directors of Angie’s BOOMCHICKAPOP.

Nardone’s career in the better-for-you space began in 1993 at Annie’s Homegrown, where he served in numerous senior roles, including as CEO from 1999 to 2004. From 2004 to 2008, Nardone was President and CEO of Stirrings, a leading branded maker of premium cocktail mixers. Nardone served as President & CEO of Immaculate Baking Co. from 2008 to 2013, where he led the company to become the top-selling natural brand in the $2 billion refrigerated dough category before it was acquired by General Mills.

Dan Morgan

Dan Morgan

President and Chief Commercial Officer of BFY Brands, Inc.

Dan Morgan, President and Chief Commercial Officer of BFY Brands, Inc., former Chairman of SNAC International, the international trade association of the snack food industry, has over 30 years of relevant sales and management experience.

Before joining BFY Brands, Dan was the Chief Sales Officer of Snyder’s-Lance, Inc. (Snyder’s of Hanover Pretzels, Lance Crackers, Cape Cod Potato Chips), a leading manufacturer and marketer of snack foods throughout the United States and internationally. While at Snyder’s, Dan ran the 3,000 truck route system and also managed the domestic and international sales force of over 750 employees.

Dan began his career at The Boston Popcorn Company where he helped establish and build the company from its inception. Dan was also the Founder & CEO of Bay State Snacks, where he launched the Famous Amos cookie line throughout New England. He ultimately sold this company to President Baking Company (now Keebler). Dan also founded and worked as CEO of Patriot Snacks. He built Patriot into a strong regional business that was acquired by Snyder’s of Hanover.