Some things sadly don't change. After publishing last week's Power 50 list of the most influential people in the food business, I am reminded where the real power lies. It's with men who don't regularly shop or buy food. In the four years since SN has published the list, only nine women have been profiled as Power Players. Four of those women, Liz Minyard of Minyard Food Stores, who also served as FMI's first chairwoman; Betsy Holden of Kraft; Ann Veneman, the first woman U.S. secretary of ...

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