US: Delhaize appoints US unit chiefs
Belgium retailer Delhaize has announced the appointment of presidents for its Hannaford, Bottom Dollar Food and Food Lion banners in the US.
Beth Newlands Campbell has been named president of Hannaford.
Newlands Campbell, has served in a variety of positions at Hannaford during her 20 years with the company, including most recently as executive vice president.
Meanwhile, Cathy Green will assume the role of president of Food Lion. She will take responsibility for leadership of the Food Lion family of banners, which includes Food Lion, Bloom, Harveys and Reid’s.
Green most recently served as chief operating officer for Food Lion. Prior to this, she was Food Lion senior vice president for the chain’s northern retail operations and has previously held the post of SVP of fresh merchandising, distribution and quality assurance.
Finally, Meg Ham will take over as president of Family Dollar, where she will oversee Bottom Dollar Food’s market expansion, including previously announced plans to significantly increase the
number of stores in 2010.
Ham most recently served as SVP of Bottom Dollar. Previously, she held roles of increasing responsibility, including SVP of brand operations for Food Lion and SVP of dry merchandising.
Delhaize said that the appointments are part of previously announced changes to its US structure.
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