Kellogg’s rep pleads guilty to defrauding Supervalu

CORRECTION: An earlier version of this story inaccurately inferred the retailer under investigation. SN regrets the error.

A former Kellogg’s sales manager has pled guilty to a scheme by which he defrauded his employer and supplier Supervalu by filing phony deal sheets on behalf of a conspiring grocery retailer.

The salesman, John Morrell Palmer III, faces up to 20 years in prison for the scam, which resulted in the retailer receiving nearly $1.9

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