FoodAndBeveragePeople.com Reflects on the Life of Luigino Francesco “Jeno” Paulucci

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In keeping with its mission to cover the lives of those who have had a significant impact within the food industry, FoodAndBeveragePeople.com reports on the life passing of food and civic leader, “Jeno” Paulucci.

Obituary of "Jeno" Paulucci

December 9, 2011 FoodAndBeveragePeople.com Home Page

We wanted to make sure we captured "Jeno" Paulucci’s creative drive and unyielding energy, without neglecting his lifelong partnership with wife Lois – who died just days before her husband.

The Thanksgiving death of 93 year old food business empire builder and civic leader, Luigino Francesco “Jeno” Paulucci was widely covered by major daily newspapers such as The Washington Post, The Orlando Sentinel and Minneapolis Star-Tribune. Not surprising for a man who built food brands, cities and foundations.

In today’s FoodAndBeveragePeople.com cover story, entitled Jeno Paulucci – Built a Future for Millions the website honors a professional who, in 2004, Ernst & Young labeled “the World’s Greatest Entrepreneur over the past 20 years.”*

In keeping with its mission to report on the people driving the food and beverage industry, the website reflects on the life and impact “Jeno” had in food manufacturing and marketing as well as the political influence he exerted, to bring about positive change in the communities he and his family cared for.

Beyond the brands he was known for creating, such Michelina’s(r) entrees and Jeno’s(r) pizza rolls, FoodAndBeveragePeople.com also reviews Paulucci’s impact in communities like Duluth, Minnesota and Central Florida.

Gigi Cohen, publisher of FoodAndBeveragePeople.com, approved a delay in publishing the story in order to ensure the website captured the most important aspects of Paulucci’s considerable professional successes and humanitarian efforts.     According to Cohen, "We wanted to make sure we captured Paulucci’s creative drive and unyielding energy, without neglecting his lifelong partnership with wife Lois – who died just days before her husband."

About the website: FoodAndBeveragePeople.com (food and beverage people dot com) is for and about the people that drive the food and beverage industry in the United States. Industry professionals at every stage of their career will find job listings, news, newsmakers and industry trends to inform their business and career decisions. Individuals needing to keep up with the vast food and beverage industry, but with little time to spare can sign up on the site for free e-mail newsletter service or follow us on http://twitter.com/foodandbevbiz or http://twitter.com/foodandbevjobs

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