Visionaries are presented in alphabetical order by section in SN. For details on how they were chosen, see Page 3. Robert O. Aders Brought his mediation skills to help unify and lead the Food Marketing Institute The late 1960s was a time when the food business wasn't receiving many kudos. To the contrary, slings and arrows were flying at supermarket retailers from consumer groups, the media, civil-rights activists, labor and government. All were convinced that supermarkets were in the ...

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