Roger Enrico (November 11, 1944 – June 1, 2016) was an American businessman.
Enrico was born on November 11, 1944 to Italian immigrants in Chisholm, Minnesota. He was awarded a scholarship to Babson College where he studied business administration. Enrico enlisted in the United States Navy and served in Vietnam.
Enrico started his business career with General Mills as a brand manager for Wheaties. In 1971 he joined PepsiCo to help market Funyuns. He later served as brand manager for Cheetos and Fritos before heading operations in Japan and South America.
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