As the first president and chief executive officer of the Food Marketing Institute, Robert Aders helped forge the supermarket industry as a bridge between consumers and manufacturers. Aders' diplomatic style and savvy leadership facilitated the 1977 merger of FMI's predecessor organizations — the Super Market Institute and the National Association of Food Chains — and propelled the new organization to success. His efforts led to a more unified industry voice, both on ...
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