The food industry lost several executives during 2000. lancy" Adamy, 83, retired president of the National Association of Food Chains from 1959 until he retired in 1976, when NAFC merged with Super Market Institute to create Food Marketing Institute. Joseph A. Barron, 98, who retired as director of employee benefits for Kroger Co., Cincinnati, in 1965 and became a consultant to the United Food and Commercial Workers Union pension fund for 25 years until his retirement in 1990. Nick ...
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