BRAINTREE, Mass. -- Kimberly Betts, director of communications for Ahold USA, warned that the pipeline of experienced talent will be shrinking for food retailers. Betts is also president of the Network of Executive Women, an organization based in Chicago formed to attract, retain and develop women in retail and consumer packaged goods companies. She said the time is now for retailers to seek nontraditional ways of recruiting and grooming new talent into their organizations and "not just ...

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