Food and drink industry people on the move – in November
By Laurence Gibbons
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Wardle resigned as leader of the group, including its food, drink and grocery retail businesses, after a video on the Mail on Sunday website allegedly showed former Co-operative Bank chairman Paul Flowers handing over £300 for cocaine.
Wardle said: “I led the board that appointed Paul Flowers to lead the bank board and under those circumstances I feel that it is right that I step down now, ahead of my planned retirement in May next year.”
Elsewhere, there were changes at the top of Irish dairy firm Glanbia and Wal-Mart, with Siobhan Talbot replacing John Maloney and Doug McMillon taking over from Mike Duke, respectively.
To find out all about these leadership changes, as well as appointments at Tangerine Confectionery, Domino’s Pizza, Campden BRI and MMG Citrus, view our account, in pictures, of people on the move in the food and drink industry in November.
Meanwhile, to view the latest jobs in food and drink manufacturing, visit FoodManJobs.