2019 Grocery Game Changers

2019 Grocery Game Changers

2019 Grocery Game Changers

WGB is thus proud to present its 2019 Grocery Game Changers, which, for the second year, spotlights a contingent of the most influential leaders in food retailing today, courtesy of nominations submitted on their behalf during an open call for entries over the summer.

2019 Grocery Game Changers

Lisa Sedlar

Lisa Sedlar, founder and CEO of Green Zebra Grocery, is creating a more curated grocery experience by pulling from different retail concepts with a vision of changing the way people shop for food. The...

Jose Vicente Aguerrevere and Max Pedro met 20 years ago as classmates at Harvard Business School in Boston. They came together again in 2016 over a mutual interest in how automation could affect busin...

Bobby Brannigan co-founded San Diego-based Mercato in 2015 to give independent grocery stores a way to compete online. Through its easy-to-use platform of marketing, e-commerce and service tools, Merc...

Barring a few hiccups here and there, Target’s primary focus to bring joy to its guests’ lives has proven quite effective, especially in the realm of wise investments in digital technologies, partners...

With plans for five fulfillment centers now revealed in the U.S. and with plenty more presumably on the way, the attention of the industry will be on Ocado Solutions and its CEO, Luke Jensen. Ocado So...

Walmart’s strong performance in recent years is a direct reflection of President and CEO Doug McMillon. As the last veteran executive “Mr. Sam” personally hired, McMillon is a leader who uses both his...

A purpose-driven mission is the fuel powering Raley’s Mike Teel’s charge to change the grocery world—one conventional candy bar and can of soda at a time. At his behest, West Sacramento, Calif.-based ...

Though Giant has been in business and serving local communities for 96 years, the past 18 months have been the most innovative and game changing in its history, courtesy of Nicholas Bertram, who took ...

Patrick Brown is founder and CEO of Redwood City, Calif.-based Impossible Foods, a company at the forefront of the plant-based protein movement. The idea for Impossible Foods came to Brown while he wa...

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