TopGum Industries launches subsidiary in New Jersey with new VP at helm

L-R: Christopher Lamb, Jennifer Toomey

Christopher Lamb has joined the subsidiary as VP – Sales, Jennifer Toomey will be heading as Director of New Product Development

Innovative functional gummy supplement manufacturer TopGum Industries is set to make waves on US shores with the establishment of TopGum, its new subsidiary in New Jersey.

The company recruited two high-profile dietary supplement industry leaders to head business development for the venture and bring TopGum into the rapidly growing US supplement market.

Christopher Lamb joins the new subsidiary as VP of sales and will lead its go-to-market activities. Lamb has extensive experience in business development and sales leadership in the nutritional food, pharma, and supplement space.

Jennifer Toomey joins as the Director of New Product Development and will head the R&D force in the US. Toomey will occupy a key role in driving new product development and supporting future launches to bring groundbreaking innovations to market. She brings 20 years of experience working in dietary supplement product development leveraging her training in nutrition to formulate some of the industry’s leading products.

TopGum began operations in 2004, and within a few years became a leading gummy confectionery producer. In 2018, TopGum leveraged its extensive experience and expertise in formulation to launch its functional gummy supplements portfolio, offering an attractive medium for integrating a comprehensive variety of healthful ingredients.

“The US is a strategic market for us, as it has a well-established gummy supplement market that is open to innovation and expansion,” said Amichai Bar-Nir, CEO, TopGum. “We are happy to expand the TopGum family with top industry leaders who bring an in-depth knowledge of this sector and a genuine appreciation for the added value TopGum brings to the market. This US subsidiary demonstrates TopGum’s ongoing commitment to provide our strategic partners unsurpassed service.”


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