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Conagra Brands’ Chief Supply Chain Officer to Retire

Conagra Brands Inc. executive vice president and chief supply chain officer, Dave Biegger, will retire from the organization in May 2021 after leading the company’s supply chain function for the past five years.

Since he joined Conagra Brands in 2015, Biegger’s nearly 40 years of supply chain knowledge, operational expertise, and strong leadership have greatly benefitted the organization.

“Dave has been an integral part of our leadership team through times of tremendous change, including the global COVID-19 pandemic,” said Sean Connolly, president and chief executive officer, Conagra Brands. “I’d like to thank Dave for all of his contributions to Conagra Brands over this transformative period in our company’s history.”

Prior to joining Conagra Brands, Biegger was responsible for Campbell Soup Co.’s global supply chain. He started his career at Procter & Gamble, where he spent 24 years in various supply chain roles. Biegger earned his Bachelor of Science degree from Iowa State University, majoring in chemical engineering.

The company has begun a search for Biegger’s successor. It expects a smooth transition of responsibilities for this important role with a period of collaboration between Biegger and his replacement.

 

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