A wave of top-level executive change is breaking over the CPG industry at a crucial time. Food price inflation, higher commodity costs and already-delicate trading partner relationships are placing enormous pressure on a new class of CEOs. Big-name manufacturers like the Campbell Soup Co. and Del Monte are in transition, while the Kellogg Co. is settling down to business after the arrival last month of John Bryant, 45, who succeeds David Mackay as president and CEO. As he gets acquainted ...

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