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Food and drink industry people on the move - in pictures

By Laurence Gibbons , 28-Jan-2013

Christine Tacon’s appointment as the new groceries code adjudicator leads this month’s selection of people on the move.

Tesco employed a new UK md and Asda lost its chief operating officer to the US. There was a change at the top for high street baker Greggs, as Roger Whiteside was appointed chief executive. 

Greggs also appointed Allison Kirkby as an independent non-executive director and chair of its audit committee.

Meanwhile, at Iglo, Martin Glenn announced his decision to stand-down as ceo.

Changes at Intersnack, Morrisons and England’s oldest jam-maker, Duerrs, completes our round-up, in pictures, of people on the move in the food and drink manufacturing sector.

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