• Supervalu yesterday announced that Anne Dament, its senior vice president of retail, merchandising and marketing, has been promoted to Executive Vice President, Retail, Marketing and Private Brands.

In addition, the company said that Stuart McFarland has been appointed Senior Vice President, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary. McFarland has been serving as vice president, Associate General Counsel and Assistant Corporate Secretary. He succeeds Karla Robertson, Executive Vice President, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary, who has resigned from the company to join another firm.


• Publix Super Markets announced that Randy Barber, the company’s Director of Industrial Maintenance, has been promoted to Vice President of Industrial Maintenance and Purchasing.

At the same time, Pete Mowitt, currently Vice President of Product Business Development for Grocery and Non-Foods,has been named Vice President of Product Business Development for Bakery and Meat.

Brad Oliver will be promoted to Vice President of Product Business Development for Dry Grocery and Non-Foods, the company said. He is currently Business Development Director of Direct Store Delivery Products.


• The New York Times writes that Mondelz International CEO Irene Rosenfeld is due to step down next week after 11 years at the helm and more than three decades in the business: “A 36-year veteran of big food companies, Ms. Rosenfeld took over as chief executive of Kraft Foods in 2006, acquired the British chocolatier Cadbury in 2010 through a hostile takeover, and split the company in two in 2012, creating Mondelz.”

“I set out to create the world’s greatest snacking company,” Rosenfeld tells the Times. “But the legacy I’m most proud of is the ethos of this company, where individuals care about one another, they have each other’s back and they care about the world they live in.”