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SAGE Food Safety Consultants
Following an award-winning career in food retailing with The Kroger Co. and since retiring, Gale Prince has created a second career by helping others around the world in food safety problem-solving, whether consulting or public speaking on food safety. Mr. Prince is a pioneer in the field, dedicating his career to the advancement of the food safety professional. Mr. Prince is one who has made a difference in impacting the culture in U.S. food safety programs. He is often called a “Visionary” in establishing food safety programs focused on prevention, and is a master in building partnerships in advancing food safety. With food safety issues increasingly complex and global, Mr. Prince’s pathfinding work will stand as a benchmark of how to combine passion and science on behalf of the world’s consumers.
The University of Auckland
Dr Michael S W Lee is an Associate Professor of Marketing at The University of Auckland. His expertise is in brand avoidance, consumer resistance, activism, and anti-consumption where he has been the Director of The International Centre of Anti-Consumption Research (ICAR) since 2005. Mike actively supervises PhD students in the area of religiously motivated boycotting, trust recovery following product crises, slow fashion and degrowth, and anti-consumption in emerging economies. His work has been published in top journals such as The Journal of Business Research; Consumption, Markets and Culture; European Journal of Marketing; Advances in Consumer Research; Journal of Consumer Marketing; Journal of Consumer Behaviour; Journal of Macromarketing; Journal of Global Marketing; Australasian Marketing Journal; Journal of Public Policy and Marketing; Journal of Consumer Affairs; and Psychology & Marketing. Mike continues to collaborate with industry, consulting on numerous real-world projects and has provided expert commentary for over 300 media engagements.
Founder of Nutrient Rescue, One Square Meal, Cookie Time
Business Development Manager, Kaitahi