Mi Pueblo Food Centers, San Jose, Calif., said Wednesday it has named a new president and CEO as it emerges from a Chapter 11 reorganization with a new financial structure and its 21 Northern California stores intact. The new corporate leader is Javier Ramirez, who the company described as “a seasoned CEO in the Hispanic food and grocery sector.” He succeeds Juvenal Chavez, the chain’s founder, who has been named chairman of the board. Ramirez said in a formal statement he ...

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