Former CVS executive appointed Nash Finch board member
MINNEAPOLIS — Nash Finch, a food distribution company, on Monday named retired CVS Caremark president Chris Bodine to the company’s board.
Bodine retired from CVS in January 2009 following a 24-year career with the company, Nash Finch stated, serving most recently as healthcare services president, where he was responsible for strategy, business development, trade relations, sales and account management, pharmacy merchandising, marketing, information technology and MinuteClinic.
Nash Finch’s board now includes eight members, seven of whom are independent.
Atkins boosts breakfast offerings
DENVER — Atkins Nutritionals is expanding its Day Break line with six new breakfast-inspired products.
New to the Atkins Day Break lineup are:
Breakfast shakes with resealable, twist-off caps in wild berry, creamy chocolate and strawberry banana flavors. Day Break shakes carry a suggested retail price of $6.99 for four shakes;
High-fiber soft-baked breakfast squares in blueberry almond and oatmeal cinnamon flavors, which cost $6.99 for five baked squares; and
Cherry pecan bars, which retail for $6.99 for five bars.
The new Day Break flavors will be available wherever Atkins products are sold nationwide by May.
Hungry Jack’s hash browns arrive at grocery stores
WALNUT CREEK, Calif. — Hungry Jack is bringing its home-style hash browns to major grocery chains nationwide.
New Hungry Jack premium hash brown potatoes, from 100% Idaho potatoes, allow consumers to enjoy hash brown potatoes at home in four steps. Hungry Jack premium hash brown potatoes come fully cooked and seasoned and require no refrigeration, the company said.
Hungry Jack premium hash brown potatoes are available at such retailers as Walmart, H-E-B, Safeway, Kroger, Publix, Food Lion, Albertsons and Super Target for about $1.79 per carton.