Jason has been the Managing Director of Healthy Stuff Online Limited since 2018 after a period of working for the group as the head of marketing. During his early career, he worked in the insurance profession, developing bespoke insurance products for members of affinity groups and associations. In his spare time, Jason still uses his entrepreneurial talents to develop new ideas and businesses. At 21 he started his first business in his spare time hiring bouncy castles and soon progressed to running a chain a promoted nightclub events throughout the Southwest.
Jason joined Healthy Stuff at the start providing a lead in the marketing of the business and the growth of the UK business. After several years, he left the business to live in Spain with his partner and develop their own marketing company and build a successful escape room business.
After selling the businesses and returning to the UK to start a family, Jason returned to the Healthy Stuff family and has continued to push the company forward with his dedicated team.
One of his proudest achievements in the business is applying the principles introduced in the insurance industry of treating customers fairly and providing clients with critical facts to the healthy stuff tests to allow them to purchase a product or service that is right for them.
Jason and his partner recently became adoptive parents and loves nothing more than spending time as a family travelling, eating out and doing fun things together.
The future for healthy stuff is exciting, and Jason and his team work tirelessly to provide first-class service, innovative products and services and continue to be the worlds leading allergy and intolerance testing business.
Dr Enzo Fornari, our Scientific Development Manager joined Healthy Stuff in August 2020 and he has over 7-years’ experience as Research Scientist (Post Doc) and Senior Research Scientist within academic and industrial settings.
Originally graduated as Pharmaceutical Biotechnology with a MSc (1st class Hon) in Pharmaceutical Biotechnology from School of Pharmacy and Natural Products Universita’ di Camerino (Italy), moved in UK in 2010 as a Marie Curie Fellowship and graduated in December 2014 from The University of Nottingham School of Pharmacy with a PhD in Biophysics and Surface Analysis. The early years of his career were spent developing novel assays for the analysis of physical properties and aggregation of micronized material (APIs and human proteins), using Advanced Microscopy (AFM, Electronic and Optical Microscopies) working in collaboration with industrial partners (GSK, GMP Material Science, Novozymes). His passion then progressed into product development and in 2017 he joined to group of I-SMART material in Nottingham Trent working on the design, development, and characterisation of nanotechnologies for in vitro medical devices. Multiple applications were explored in the field of tissue engineering (spinal cord Injury) and medical diagnostics (3D retina, in vitro Parkinson studies). He has a real passion for innovation and technology and their applications in medical technology.
Within the company Enzo oversees the development of new product and the revision of scientific procedures and information across the websites for customer enquiries (science behind our testing, validity of our tests and up to date scientific research).
In his personal life Enzo is happily partnered and enjoys spending time walking and exploring the rural countryside with his Malti-poo Mr. Figaro. As a typical Italian man, he likes good food and cooking. If I am not walking, eating, or cooking you can find me on my Peloton burning off some calories!
Dr Enzo Fornari
Scientific Development Manager
Head of Finance
Craig Allen (ACMA CGMA) is our Head of Finance and Company Secretary. He is a CIMA qualified Accountant with substantial experience in Project Management (gaining PRINCE2 Practitioner status in 2007).
Craig studied Accountancy and Management Control at Sheffield Hallam University, completed his placement year at Stoy Hayward Chartered Accountants and graduated in 1994 with a 2:1 (Hons).
Craig commenced his Finance career in the NHS in 1994, progressing from the role of Assistant Management Accountant to Senior Management Accountant / Business Partner. He then became involved in financial system implementations and project management in 1998 for Y2K IT preparations. This led to several years of consultancy work in the UK and abroad. As a keen traveller, Craig has been fortunate to work in 9 countries outside the EU including Malaysia, Nepal, Indonesia, and Mexico.
From 2005 to 2016, Craig developed his overall accounting experience (within Financial Accounting and Management Accounting) working within several public and private sector organisations, including the Regional Development Agency (One North East).
Since 2016, Craig has worked exclusively within the commercial sector and he joined the Healthy Stuff team in March 2019. Craig is primarily focused on cash flow analysis, profitability / breakeven analysis, leading the Finance team and reporting to the Board, although he is also an HR point of contact within the company.
Cris is the Director of Operations for Healthy Stuff Online Ltd and has been a part of the company since August 2017. He initially joined as part of the marketing team and has helped the company to grow and reach more people across the world via more channels.
Graduating from Leeds Metropolitan University with a BA (Hons) Entertainment Management, he moved to Javea, Spain to set up a marketing company for small businesses on the coast to be able to reach new client via social media and new sites. Cris created new content, offered proofreading services and worked on the SEO pages on new sites. While in Spain, Cris also opened an escape room aimed at holidaymakers and led people through the bookings.
At Healthy Stuff, Cris was instrumental in the implementation of Salesforce, the world’s most extensive CRM system into the company, which has led to faster communication for customer service, a cleaner method for sales, and more communication with a customer. He has also worked closely on the customer journey, to ensure each customer gets more information and leaves with a higher level of satisfaction due to better communication.
In 2019, Cris began managing the Customer Service team and has allowed them to respond faster, and also have 24/7 LiveChat communication, on all channels. Customers can always get the up-to-date, correct information on their results, and be able to speak to a real person.
Within the company, Cris manages a team of 11 people across Marketing and Customer Service and believes that communication is a critical point in allowing a team to work together successfully.
In his personal life, Cris is happily partnered, and they have adopted a son as of 2019. They have a small dog they rescued from Spain called Foxi. He enjoys spending time with his family, keeping fit with walking and geocaching, and eating out. He is passionate about zombie films, and TV shows like RuPaul’s Drag Race.
Director of Operations
Jack joined the Healthy Stuff team in June 2019, as our operations manager, and manages the daily operations and facilities of the business. His varied past has seen him gain experience in several industries and roles, from pharmaceuticals to building and engineering. The skills he has acquired allow him to undertake a variety of jobs here at Healthy Stuff.
Jack studied at Derby College and University, again covering several subjects from Psychology to History, with a primary focus on Film and Media. Going into the work force, he has held entry level and management positions from telesales & customer service to building maintenance, from pharmaceuticals to electrical and mechanical engineering he even had acting roles and has worked as a tour guide on the side!
At Healthy Stuff, Jack directly manages the Operations Team which includes the post and lab teams, along with any associated systems or processes. Due to the nature of his experience Jack manages the building and facilities as a whole.
Louise Kate Young, our Lab Manager, joined Healthy Stuff in October 2020, and she has over 20 years of experience as a Clinical Bio Scientist and Embryologist in both clinical NHS hospitals and private laboratories in the UK and Japan.
She graduated with a BSc in Human Biological Studies from Leicester University, moved to Japan in 2006, where she specialized in IVF and embryology. As part of the research team, she developed novel IVF methods. She collaborated internationally on various clinical/non-clinical research trials, such as non-invasive diagnostic tools for the simultaneous analysis of endometrial receptivity and microbiota to improve reproductive outcomes in infertile patients. The early years of her career included Lab supervisor at Nottingham City Hospital’s Sperm Bank and Product Research and Development Technician at Boots PLC in Nottingham, testing sunscreen SPF’s and non-irritant baby products before focusing her expertise in ART (Assisted Reproductive Technology) and Genetics, which became her passion.
Kate manages and coordinates our laboratory testing, including processing protocols, validations, research and ensures the highest level of in-house and required regulatory standards are maintained. She oversees the implementation of new technology and techniques to improve our services and laboratory practices constantly.
Kate’s life outside of work is somewhat both scientific and creative. She has successfully held several art exhibitions in Japan and worldwide that combine her love of science, which focused on different cultures combining both the traditional and modern ideals. She loves gardening but takes a scientific approach to it rather whilst studying a Diploma in Botany. She loves cooking food from all over the world and trying new recipes making her kitchen a cuisine lab. Kate enjoys a Japanese concept called “wabi-sabi”, which involves nature, acceptance, mindfulness, and teaches kimono on her weekends.
Louise Kate Young