Dale Easdon

Re-Release: Dale Easdon, CEO, Snap Kitchen
ROI Podcast Episode 277

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Dale Easdon is currently CEO of Klosterman Baking Company. At the time of this episode’s recording (way back for episode 15!) he was CEO of Snap Kitchen.

Dale Easdon is on a mission to scale clean eating without compromise. As the chief executive officer of Snap Kitchen, he is responsible for taking the company’s omnichannel business model to the next level. Under his leadership, the team is focused on introducing quick store pickup, healthy meal planning, and home delivery—all driven by the new digital app. Previously serving as the chief operating officer, Easdon’s tenure has been marked by an expansion to a state-of-the-art kitchen, wholesale growth, and a proven track record for building winning teams who focus on performance-based leadership. Dale’s commitment to cooking fresh hand- cooked meals to scale is a true differentiator for the brand.

Before joining Snap Kitchen, Dale spent time at Taylor Farms, where he served as the chief operating officer. He also spent over eight years at LSG Sky Chefs, holding multiple positions within the company, including chief operating officer for the UK office. During his time at LSG Sky Chefs, Dale was responsible for various roles, including managing over 9,000 employees, strategic deployment, operational excellence globally and his final assignment which had him managing the US market with revenues of $850 million. Prior to LSG Sky Chefs, Dale spent over nine years as a senior director of food services at Continental Airlines during the business turnaround under the leadership of Gordon Bethune. Dale graduated from Manchester University and The Royal Institute of Public Health and Hygiene. He built his career driving lean manufacturing with training alongside The Porsche Group in Germany, where he also attended the Porsche Academy for Lean Logistics. Dale, originally from Scotland, lives in Austin with his wife Linda, and he is the proud father of four children.


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