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Grosvenor Americas makes executive appointments

BY Staff Writer

Washington, D.C. — Grosvenor Americas said Wednesday it has appointed Jonathan E. Carr to the position of development manager in the company’s Washington, D.C., office. He previously held the same title in Grosvenor Americas’ San Francisco office.

The company also announced that Michael Ward has been appointed to the position of VP in the company’s Calgary office. He previously served as VP for Grosvenor Americas in Washington, D.C.

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Sam’s serves up chef-inspired meal solutions

BY CSA STAFF

BENTONVILLE, Ark. — Sam’s Club has tapped eight all-star executive chefs to provide customers with restaurant-quality mealtime solutions.

Through the Sam’s Club Simply Delicious Chef Brigade partnership, the retailer and chefs will unveil new recipes for breakfast, lunch, snack and dinner, now through January on SamsClub.com/meals and on the Sam’s Club Facebook page. Additionally, Sam’s Club members also can meet their local Chef Brigade member and learn to transform everyday ingredients into restaurant-quality meals during in-club demonstrations, Sam’s Club said.

"It can be challenging to invent new weekday dishes or to spice up your usual meals, especially when so many Americans are always on the run," said Shawn Baldwin, SVP fresh and freezer/cooler at Sam’s Club. "Our members — busy parents and restaurant chefs alike — depend on Sam’s Club for easy-to-find, quality food options and ingredients that simplify mealtime planning and solutions. Partnering with a brigade of top-notch chefs to unveil simply delicious recipes, Sam’s Club can inspire creative cooking and make eating in as exciting as dining out."

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New diaper exclusive crawls into stores

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DALLAS — Kimberly-Clark, maker of the limited-edition jeans diaper, has introduced camouflage diapers to its Little Movers line, available exclusively at Walmart.

"Huggies Camo Diapers are shaped to fit like classic Huggies Little Movers Diapers and combine a fashionable camouflage design with the proven performance of the Huggies brand," said Erik Seidel, Huggies brand VP. "We are proud to partner with Walmart to introduce Huggies Camo Diapers and to join with Operation Homefront to support service men and women and their loved ones."

The Huggies Little Movers camo diapers are shaped to fit like the traditional Huggies Little Movers diapers. What’s more, the brand also has introduced limited-edition Huggies camo wipes that feature camo-inspired packaging. As part of the launch, Huggies said its Every Little Bottom program will help diaper a baby in need by donating to Operation Homefront, which provides emergency assistance to the families of service members and wounded warriors. In 2011, Huggies Every Little Bottom will donate up to 500,000 diapers to military families.

Last year, Huggies introduced limited-edition jean diapers for its Little Movers line. The jean diapers returned to store shelves this past spring.

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