Jackson Decides Not to Accept Top NGA Post

The National Grocers Association said Monday that Mike Jackson has decided not to accept the position of NGA president and chief executive officer. He cited “personal reasons,” NGA said.

ARLINGTON, Va. — The National Grocers Association here said Monday that Mike Jackson has decided not to accept the position of NGA president and chief executive officer. He cited “personal reasons,” NGA said.

Jackson, the former president and chief operating officer of Minneapolis-based Supervalu, was designated in mid-December to succeed Thomas K. Zaucha, who plans to retire in June after 29 years at the head of NGA. Chris Coborn, chairman of Coborn's, St. Cloud, Minn., and NG

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